AN INVITATION TO COMMUNITY AND COLLABORATION
The SEAD Project believes in the inherent goodness, wisdom and power of community. The SEAD Project believes in co-created, thoughtful spaces for storytelling, curiosity, and dynamic exchange and we aspire for our Community Forum to be such a space.
We aspire for this Community Forum (CF) to be a space where community members can express themselves openly. We invite anyone who wants to hear and or share multiple perspectives on the history, present realities and future vision and role for The SEAD Project as an ongoing resource for SEA communities.
In a world where "content" can always be revised and social media can put more importance on followings over relationships, The SEAD Project understands that the organization's reputation is equal parts posted narrative and things not publicly shared.
SEAD has rapidly transitioned to an entirely new team since last summer. This transition is on top of inheriting the previous operations which included internal restructuring, employee handbook design, and seeking Human Resource assets.
Our team has been deliberate in our internal work in learning and growing together. There have been processes of reflection and actions that SEAD has been taking to reimagine and improve our organizational structure and internal processes to reflect the importance of each person who is a part of building SEAD up to be a better resource for our growing communities.
We are doing our best to address and learn from our mistakes, shortcomings, and humanity as we strive for restoration, a collective vision of rebuilding, and community-informed action and care.
COMMUNITY FACILITATORS + HEALERS
Learn more about Becky at her website:
About Becky — restoratively (y)ours (restorativelyyours.com)
Learn more about Devika (DAVE-ee-kah) at her website:
DEVIKA GHAI - Home (facilitationbydevika.org)
Share your questions with us and RSVP for the event as an in-person attendee.
Your thoughts and concerns are valuable towards open and collaborative dialogue; we would like to take them into care and consideration before the forum. You will have the choice to have your comment shared in the discussion, anonymously or not. If you would also like to hear from us before the event, you may indicate that in the form.
DATE + TIME:
Wednesday, September 28th
6pm - 8pm
Wilder Center Auditorium
451 Lexington Pkwy N
St. Paul, MN 55104
NOTES FOR IN-PERSON ATTENDEES:
*Light snacks and refreshments will be provided.
Mask is required in Wilder’s public spaces. Please come as you are. You are welcome to bring what helps you feel most cared for such as a yoga mat to sit or lay down as needed*
VIRTUAL FORUM LINK:
Link will be sent to Google Form RSVPs on Tuesday, Sept 27th. Public can view the event on SEAD’s FB page as a live video. *virtual space opens @530pm*