Harriet’s Apothecary is a healing village led by the brilliance and wisdom of Black Cis Women, Queer and Trans healers, artists, health professionals, magicians, activists and ancestors. We are committed to co-creating accessible, affordable, liberatory, all-body loving, all-gender honoring, community healing spaces that recognize, inspire, and deepen the healing genius of people who identify as Black, Indigenous and People of color and the allies that love us. The healing village will over offer body-affirming, love-drenched potions, prescriptions and customized individual and group healing services to restore and expand our community’s abilities transform stress and heal trauma. Services and offerings include art therapy, somatics bodywork, nutritional counseling, acupressure, essential oil therapy, reiki, arts-based herbalism, guided meditation, plant based medicine making, spiritual divinations, peer to peer counseling sessions, healing justice workshops and internalized oppression healing cyphers. The intention of Harriet’s Apothecary is to continue the rich healing legacy of abolitionist, community nurse and herbalist Harriet Tubman. Like our courageous ancestor, we intend to expand access to health and healing resources that support our community, specifically Black, Indigenous and PoC folks,  in their healing journeys toward freedom. We also hope to connect individuals and communities to accessible self and community based resources that are rooted in the wisdom of our bodies, our ancestors and our plant families. 


Friday: Room 416 MLK 
Saturday: Lerner Hall 569 


Uprising! Resistance! Where Public Art Meets Black Movement Street Law is an Afrokinetics Production in collaboration with artists and legal activists. The exhibition is an interactive multimedia & performance art installation chronicling resistance and uprising struggles of Black youth and communities across the United States in response to police brutality and systemic inequality

Friday: Room 418 MLK 
Saturday: Lerner Hall 569 


Please visit the "Digital Security Clinic"  to learn more and have your questions answered by experts. We now know that every message, phone call, postal mail, and online chat conversation you have ever had has been watched, recorded, and archived. All of this information can be searched and used against legal advocates, activists, and clients. In this session you will learn about the political context to digital and mass surveillance and how to communicate so only the recipient and sender get the message. Bring your computer or your phone to get the most out of this session. 

Friday: Room 240 MLK 
Saturday: Lerner Hall 572