• March 2020 Newsletter

    I begin with a question: what do you suppose might bring together COVID-19, Grace Lee Boggs, patriarchy and white supremacy, Audre Lorde – and washing our hands? The answer: Dori Midnight’s poem, “Wash your hands.” She begins: We are humans relearning to wash our hands. Washing our hands is an act of love Washing our […]

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  • Announcement March 2020

    We (members of the Council) have received feedback about how white-dominant Interhelp events are, and also on the high impact of that factor, as well as racism in general, in Interhelp spaces – especially on black, indigenous, and people of color. We have made the choice to act on that feedback and move toward healing, […]

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  • November 2019 Newsletter

    Dear Interhelpers and friends, As I write this, on the fourth Thursday of November, members of area Native American tribes, and their supporters from the four directions, are gathered in Plymouth, MA, for the National Day of Mourning. I join them in bringing to mind the genocide of millions of Native people, the theft of Native […]

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  • Boston Globe article, November 8, 2019

    We can’t stop thinking about climate change, either. Here’s a rough guide to coping. By Jenni Todd This article highlights the value of the Work That Reconnects for people struggling with “climate grief” and anxiety. Anne Goodwin of Arlington, MA was interviewed. Here’s the link to the Globe website; for those who can’t access the […]

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  • Interhelp Newsletter, December 2018

    Dear Interhelpers and friends, You are invited! Interhelp’s annual Day of Conversation will take place on Sunday, February 3, in Cambridge, MA. Read more below. At this fall’s weekend workshop/Gathering, we practiced telling our own truths – as well as listening to the truths of others – in many different ways. This newsletter closes with the Welcome and […]

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  • Interhelp Newsletter, September 2018

    Truth Telling, Truth Tellers A Weekend of the Work That Reconnects October 19-21 Woolman Hill, Deerfield, MA Join us as we explore the theme of truth telling in our time. Starting from the radical truth that we are all interconnected, we will explore – through ritual, interactive exercises, personal reflection and more – some of these […]

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  • Interhelp Newsletter, July 2018

    Dear Interhelpers and Friends, Registration is now open for Truth Telling, Truth Tellers, a weekend of the Work That Reconnects, October 19-21, in Deerfield, MA. This annual Interhelp Gathering is open to all, whether you have journeyed the Spiral many times, or you are new to the work. Details here. Please see below for more events and […]

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  • Supporting Expansion of the Work That Reconnects in the Northeast US

    Dear Interhelp Community, As the maple tree outside my window prepares to disperse its seeds, Interhelp Council seeks to expand our networking function to include more direct support of Work That Reconnects in these ways: 1) Facilitation support via regularly scheduled teleconferencing calls. Experienced and fledgling facilitators will be welcome, along with folks wanting to […]

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  • Action Circles

    The Interhelp Council invites the broader Work That Reconnects community to participate in any ongoing Action Circles. Our 2018 priorities include (but are not limited to): Tending and Mending the Social Web – click here for details. Facilitation Deepening Media and Arts – website, social media and more You may also be instrumental in forming […]

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  • Micro-Grant Application Form 2018

    The Interhelp Network’s Micro-Grant 2018 Application Form Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until December 15, 2018. Before filling out this form, please review the Guidelines AND contact Anne to pre-register your intent.  

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