Among queer-POC folks, research shows that religious practices may be used as a way to cope and manage stress. Concurrently, ideologies and institutions invoke religiosity in harmful and discriminatory ways. This presentation will explore the complex faith experiences of BIPOC LGBTQ+ folks and how this relates to psychological well-being. In addition, we will examine ways in which we can create an empowering and liberatory space for communities which have been historically harmed by religious institutions to heal and find community.
Religious Trauma and Resiliency in LGBTQIA+ BIPOC Communities with José Rosario
Webinar recording includes zip file containing MP4 video (800MB)