Healing Justice

Our movements themselves have to be healing, or there’s no point to them.
—Cara Page, Kindred: Southern Healing Justice Collective

Healing deep wounds takes time.

Since the 1500’s our communities in Northern New Mexico have experienced colonization in various forms resulting in sexual and domestic violence, displacement, disparities, and the prison industrial complex. Healing Justice is a powerful framework to transform intergenerational and individual complex traumas into healing and reconciliation.

Our Healing Justice Program encompasses intergenerational and healing-centered community projects such as Sayain (Circle of Grandmothers), Towa Bi Woh/Barrio Remedios, as well as other initiatives to nourish and care for frontline care providers and activists.