Join Street Level Health Project on November 1, 2016 for An Evening of Native Healing.
Join us as we toast our progress so far on A PLACE TO BREATHE - a film that tells the stories of immigrant and refugee health care providers and clients in Oakland, CA and Lowell, MA. In the midst of an increasingly xenophobic climate, the film follows individuals and families from Mexico, Guatemala, Uruguay, Congo, and Cambodia, humanizing their intertwined struggles and sharing their perspectives that enrich and strengthen our communities. As violences destabilizes populations across the country and the world, A Place To Breathe Film moves audiences to envision new understandings of wellness for all.
Please join us to watch the new trailer for the upcoming documentary film A PLACE TO BREATHE (to be released this Summer 2020), which explores the universality of trauma, resilience, and healing in immigrant and refugee communities. This event features a discussion with representatives from Street Level Health Project in Oakland, CA and Lowell Community Health Center in Lowell, MA on the ways they have pivoted to continue providing culturally responsive care in the midst of the current public health crisis.
We are excited to announce the public television broadcast premiere of A Place To Breathe, the new documentary on immigrant and refugee experiences in the healthcare system and culturally responsive healing from trauma, featuring Street Level Health Project, and made by our longtime nutritionist/herbalist Michelle Grace Steinberg.