MLK Day promotes its Day of Service. A Day of Racial Healing’s ask is a yearlong community project to mend hearts and bodies. In Phoenix PDJCC‘s #HowWeHeal Book Club is already creating a safe space in which to tell Truths and expand compassion in monthly self-help book discussions.
Published by Joanne Scott Woods, M.A., M.Ed.
Coordinator of People Demanding Justice Community Coalition (formerly People Demanding Action Community Coalition with Geoff Woods, Chapter Leader, Joanne Scott Woods, Chapter Secretary, and Dan O’Neal, State Director) / Organized in 2015, Currently a Racial Justice and Racial Healing Nonprofit / Spokesperson for the Family of Fallen Phoenix Citizen Rumain Brisbon, December 2, 2014, along with Geoff Woods / Metropolitan Phoenix Citizen Advocate for Kim Baker and Family Since 2015 / Committee Chairman, “Ten Solutions to Build Trust in Our City,” in Collaboration with the Phoenix Police Department, Executive Assistant Chief Michael Kurtenbach, 2015-2020, People Demanding Justice Community Coalition with Geoff Woods, Chapter Leader and Contributor, Joanne Scott Woods, Chapter Secretary and Contributor, and Wade Padgett, Contributor, and Contributors from Coalition Members of Arizona Black Lives Matter Chair Reverend Reginald Walton and Co-Chair J.J. Johnson, now J.J. Westgate / Author of “Ten Solutions to Promote the Healing of Racialized Trauma,” 2020 / Facilitator, #HowWeHeal Book Club on Racialized Trauma, 2020 / Secretary of Somos America Coalition, 2016 / Director of Arizona Communities for Change Public Forums, 2016 / Acting Secretary of Arizona Black Lives Matter, Reverend Reginald Walton, Chair, 2015 View all posts by Joanne Scott Woods, M.A., M.Ed.