Harriet's Apothecary ALCHEMY Fellowship
Alchemy is an innovative and holistic fellowship program that lifts up the brilliance of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color leaders through personal growth, capacity building, community engagement and deep transformative relationships.

The fellowship is designed to generate knowledge, deepen healing practice, build organizing skills, and exchange strategies among leaders who work on issues of healing, social justice, and liberation for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color. Throughout the year, fellows participate in hands on workshops, rituals, dialogues, and practice. Alongside Harriet’s Apothecary members, fellows will create a learning and practice community to learn from and grow with each other, virtually and in person.

We believe in the power of politicized leaders and healers in creating more liberatory, equitable, sustainable and pleasurable movements. Our intention is to create an interdependent community of people who center healing and justice within themselves and in movement building work who affirm and support each other as we deepen our personal and collective practice towards liberation through a healing justice lens.

***** Please read the full fellowship description before you apply :: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1iG8uTdVUZu-6C6SzLzhk-fGJ9y-MMovijf58cxqDjdY/edit?usp=sharing

FELLOWSHIP DATES: Summer Solstice - Spring Equinox (June 21, 2019 - March 18, 2020)

APPLICATIONS ARE DUE: APRIL 20, 2019

FELLOWS NOTIFIED: MAY 4, 2019

Harriet's Apothecary is an intergenerational healing justice collective led by the brilliance and wisdom of 18 Black Cis Women, Queer and Trans healers, health professionals, artists, activist, and ancestors. Rooted in the resilient and oppressive experiences of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, who actively resist dehumanization, we co-created Harriet’s Apothecary alongside Harriet Tubman as an intentional response to the violence our bodies and communities face every day. We are committed to co-creating accessible, affordable, liberatory, all-body loving, all gender honoring, community healing spaces that recognize, inspire, and deepen the healing genius of the vessels of people who identify as Black, Indigenous and People of Color.

www.harrietsapothecary.com

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During the fellowship, you will implement a healing justice project of your own design in the fall and/or winter of 2019 and/or spring 2020. The project must have a clear impact on the health and wellbeing of Black, Indigenous, and People of color on a community scale. Projects can be new or can be current projects that meet the goals and visions of the fellowship. Please describe what your project will be. *
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The sliding scale is $444-$777. Please consider what you are able to afford and what will contribute to supporting Black leaders in being supported to sustain this program throughout the year.
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