Windcall’s Role In This Moment
Radical transformative organizing is needed for the global crisis. We need radical care, connection and love for ourselves, families, folks and planet during this ongoing pandemic and global climate of chaos.
Windcall offers spaces for reflection and practice together in beloved community through our Staying Power program.
SUMMER SOLSTICE PRACTICE SESSION
Building on Windcall’s 30 years of experience in providing renewal and rejuventation for movement organizers, our seasonal practice sessions invite our alumni, supporters, allies, and friends experience the core principles of our program, together, in beloved community.
Join us for our seasonal practice session celebrating the Summer Solstice and exploring creative expression
Wednesday, June 21, 10-11:30am PT / 1-2:30pm ET
PAST STAYING POWER EVENTS
SUMMER SOLSTICE PRACTICE featured creative and contemplative facilitation by Beckie Masaki, Windcall Alum 1994, exploring the FIRE of CREATIVITY!
About Beckie: Beckie creates her best contributions to race + gender justice through an interconnected network of intergenerational, diverse leaders in a new era of shared leadership/ shared power. Over 40 years, Beckie has extensive experience providing multilingual, multicultural services to DV, SA and human trafficking survivors + children/youth/families; innovative program development, prevention, community building, policy/institutional advocacy, training/TA, and cultural change.
Beckie is co-founder and Founding ED of Asian Women’s Shelter, San Francisco, CA.; among the first shelters to meet language/cultural needs of Asian survivors of domestic violence/ human trafficking. She also co-founded + staffed a national cultural resource center, API Institute on Gender-Based Violence. She is a Move to End Violence movement maker, from 2009 advisory committee, first cohort, to current co-lead in Mending the Arc project of Resonance Network.
Beckie lives/ works by building the power of the margins, marked by collective power, intersectional collaboration, creativity, and love.
Staying Power Fridays Practice Sessions
Reflection, creative exploration, meditation, wellness planning, movement, and rituals helped us stay connected to nature and the planet/Pachamama during the onset of the pandemic, They took place every Friday from mid-March till May 2020
WINDCALL’S 30th ANNIVERSARY:
Movement Resilience Webinar Series
Windcall’s Environmental Justice Alumni Panel
Thursday, April 16th
10am PST/ 12pm CST/ 1pm EST
- Embodying Wellness for Ourselves and the Planet
- The importance of using art and culture to express our dreams and aspirations.
- What does it mean to be in a community of care?
- How can we expand the Just Transition framework beyond our work?
Art / Music / Poetry / Practice to connect with nature