What does it look like to dream in black?
What oracles can be found out in the black of the cosmos?
What is already emerging that we have
not yet been able to read into or see as possible?
This December, we’ll be exploring futures steeped in blackness, and would like to invite you to join us.
Have you met Oceana Sawyer? How about Cliff Berrien?
They are both beloved members of our facilitation team at the Rooted Global Village, and together, Oceana and Cliff have been working on a truly unique – Live online Experience – one focused on and dedicated to our liberation and belonging…
Within the Rooted communal membership, we have been exploring the edges of our lived experiences inside racialized bodies, and Oceana Sawyer, on our team, has provided the space with soul and heart and heat for bodies of culture within the village to gather, rest, and unfurl.
Oceana Sawyer is an End of Life Doula who specializes in the liminal spaces of active dying and grief. Her work with the Rooted Global Village is focused in the area of somatic grieving as a liberatory praxis as well as holding space for people of the African diaspora.
Cliff – is our beat. He provides us with sound in a unique and fascinating way – leading us into deeper explorations of place, peoples, and the resounding effect of hearing and singing the songs of another, with grace, depth, and joy.
Cliff’s work opens us up to playful celebration, somatic education, and cultural dexterity practices that explore the world’s diversity through music and sound. His contribution to the village has been profound.
The event that they have planned is going to RESOUND with futurist joy, somatic healing, music, dance, and depth.
We would love for you to register to join us this coming this December 9 -11 for We Dream Worlds: Wandering in the afrocene, afrofuturism, and womanism at the end of the world