This editorial notice is from the Winter 2021 challenge of the Nonprofit Quarterly, “We Thrive: Well being for Justice, Justice for Well being.”
At first of 2021, we made the choice to focus our content material on 4 key justice areas: racial, financial, local weather, and well being. We realized that many of the essential work of civil society right now falls inside these. Now, we end the yr with our winter challenge, which takes a primary have a look at the rising discipline of well being justice.
We partnered with Dr. Angel Acosta—a healing-centered educator who works to bridge the fields of management, social justice, and mindfulness—to ask a rare group of modern thinkers and practitioners working on the intersection of well being and justice to write down for NPQ’s first-ever version centered on the subject.
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From social psychiatry, city coverage and well being, and African-American youth activism and improvement to Tribal whole-health care, Start and Loss of life work, trauma-informed care, and psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy, the vary of inquiry on the coronary heart of this assortment is each unusually broad and deep. It is because well being justice is the end result of the opposite core justices on the forefront of societal activism and transformation, and since there may be rising understanding that well being and therapeutic are key to thriving.
As we come to the tip of the second yr of the COVID pandemic, we hope that you simply take time to loosen up and regenerate. We provide this challenge in that spirit.
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