The Self-Care Syllabus
Framing
What is self-care?  Why self-care?

A History of Self-Care

From its radical roots to its yuppie-driven middle age to its election-inspired resurgence.

By Aisha Harris
 

The revolutionary origins of self-care

Don’t believe the hashtags. Self-care is not a modern luxury—it’s a radical act with a long history

By Nicole Stamp

It is also critical to recognize and understand that while self-care is an important piece of wellbeing and way to explore ones agency over their wellbeing, it is not in and of itself the key to healing. Liberation and self-actualization require accessible, transformative resources and radical structural changes that can address and conquer the systemic impacts of oppression and trauma. We need and deserve access to reliable, transformative resources in our lives.

 

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Self-care isn't enough. We need community care to thrive.

By Heather Dockray

The Syllabus
Each of the buttons below link to a working list of resources. It is not exhaustive and only somewhat organized by topic. 
 
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