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Resilience

- US Senatobia, MS Hip Hop / Rap / R&B

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Bio: Resilience is a 16 years old rapper that was born in detroit michigan but was raised in senatobia mississippi at the age of 14 he started being interested in battle rap and discovered this line that was made by saynow and his skill started slowly increasing from listening and taking advice but th... See Full Bio

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  • Sat

    Jun 28


    San Francisco, CA, US | 4:00pm

    San Francisco, CA, US
    Sat Jun 28 4:00pm

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    Deep Root Dance Collective presents Resilience with part of RAW (resident artist workshop)

  • Fri

    Jun 27


    San Francisco, CA, US | 4:00pm

    San Francisco, CA, US
    Fri Jun 27 4:00pm

    Details

    Deep Root Dance Collective presents Resilience with part of RAW (resident artist workshop)

  • 2013

    Mar 10


    Philadelphia, PA, US | 1:30pm

    Philadelphia, PA, US
    Sun Mar 10, 2013 1:30pm

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    Resilience Supporting Acts: Ultimatum, Seraph In Travail, False Idols

  • 2012

    Oct 24


    Minneapolis, MN, US | 8:30am

    Minneapolis, MN, US
    Wed Oct 24, 2012 8:30am

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    Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience (STAR) NOTICE: If you wish to save the online fee, please contact STAR.Mpls@gmail.com and request registration for payment by check via regular mail. Register online for the STAR training course in Minneapolis on:Wed-Sun Jun 20-24, 2012 at www.starmpls2.eventbrite.comMon-Fri, Sept 10-14, 2012 at www.starmpls3.eventbrite.comStrategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience (STAR) Wednesday-Sunday, October 24-28, 2012Training Course Facilitators:Vernon Jantzi, PhD, Program Director STAR Latin America &Co-Founder of the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding, Harrisonburg, VADonna Minter, PhD, LP, Executive Director, Minnesota Peacebuilding Leadership InstituteThe STAR mission is to strengthen the capacity of caregivers, leaders, and organizations to address trauma, break cycles of violence, and build resilience. The Minnesota Peacebuilding Leadership Institute is fulfilling this mission in Minnesota.STAR trainings have trained thousands of paraprofessionals, lay caregivers, and leaders worldwide to promote healing, revitalize their communities, and stop cycles of victimhood and violence. The training course teaches productive alternatives to revenge.STAR objectives:By the end of the STAR training you will have:1. Distinguished between various types of trauma and responses to trauma (both positive and negative) and related it to your individual, community, and societal history.2. Examined the links between unhealed trauma and cycles of victimhood and violence and described how you have seen these cycles operate in your own situation.3. Studied the trauma healing model used at STAR, analyzed it in light of your own experiences, and identified ways to integrate it into your current work.4. Examined or practiced ways to build resilience and accompany individuals or groups on the healing journey through identifying personal and systemic interventions and rituals. Daily schedule of the STAR training: Wed Oct 24 8:30pm-5pmThu Oct 25 8:30am-5pmFri Oct 26 8:30am-5pmSat Oct 27 8:30am-5pmSun Oct 28 8:30am-12noonBy attending this 4 1/2-day academic and experiential education training, you'll join more than 5,000 participants from 65 countries who have been equipped with strategies for handling post-traumatic stress and leading others beyond traumatic events, informed by the latest trauma healing research from the fields of neurobiology, psychology, restorative justice, conflict transformation, peacebuilding, and religion/spirituality. The curriculum was developed by internationally-renowned faculty and training staff of the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University. To maximize the workshop experience, space is limited to 25 participants.STAR in Minnesota is hosted by the Minnesota Peacebuilding Leadership Institute. Scholarships for the STAR trainings are available to ensure economic and cultural diversity at each training. Please contact Dr. Minter at STAR.Mpls@gmail.com or 612-377-4660 for a scholarship application as soon as possible. Professional Continuing Education Credits are available for an additional $60 payable by check:This activity has been approved by the Minnesota Board of Psychology for 27 continuing education hours with the Log number 201204.213.The Minnesota Board of Marriage and Family Therapy as approved this program for 27 continuing education hours with the Approval #: CE:2012-027.The Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy has approved this activity for 27 continuing education hours for LPC and LPCC professionals with the approval number 2012.CE.009. The Minnesota Peacebuilding Leadership Institute has been approved by the Minnesota Board of Social Work to sponsor continuing education with the CE Provider Approval Number: CEP-634. 29 CEs are available for social workers. This activity has been designed to meet the continuing education requirements according to the Minnesota Board of Nursing for 27 continuing education hours.Educators, mediators, attorneys, health educators, clergy, chaplains, and other professionals should contact Dr. Minter at 612-377-4660 for information about earning continuing education credit for the STAR training.Once your registration and payment are received, additional course materials will be sent to you. During the training, snacks and beverages are provided. Lunch is on your own. If you have questions, please contact Dr. Minter at STAR.Mpls@gmail.com or 612-377-4660 for details.Cancellation Policy: Refunds, less a $30 administrative fee, will be given if written cancellation is received from the registrant by September 26, 2012. No tuition refund is offered after September 26, 2012. Transfer of tuition to another STAR training in Minnesota is granted if written request is received by October 17, 2012. Refunds or transfers are not available for no-shows. Objectives and Guidelines for the STAR workshopWelcome to STAR! We are delighted that you are interested in joining us to interact, learn, and grow together. During many STAR trainings, participants come from different countries and from various parts of the United States. We will represent different political leanings, cultural practices, religious traditions and understandings of spirituality and spiritual practices. STAR itself is a program of the Practice Institute, a part of the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University. Mennonites are an historic peace (Christian) church denomination which is neither Catholic nor Protestant. Despite this origin, STAR is not a religious program and warmly welcomes people of all backgrounds.As you can imagine, this rich diversity makes a dynamic learning environment as we explore issues of trauma, security, justice and peacebuilding and relate it to our own contexts. In order to create an optimal learning environment, please take time to read the following understandings about the week, beginning with the course objectives. 1. STAR course objectivesBy the end of the STAR training, you will have:· Distinguished between various types of trauma and responses to trauma (both positive and negative) and relate it to your individual, community, and societal history· Examined the links between unhealed trauma and cycles of victimhood and violence and described how you have seen these cycles operate in your own situation · Studied the trauma healing model used at STAR, analyzed it in light of your experiences, and identified ways to integrate it into your current work · Examined or practiced ways to build resilience and accompany individuals and groups on the healing journey through identifying personal and systemic interventions and rituals 2. STAR recognizes that trauma affects body, mind, and spirit and addresses all of these aspects.Trauma hits us where we are most vulnerable and makes chaos out of the order of our lives. Healing processes need to address body, mind and spirit. As human beings, it is normal for those coming from a spiritual tradition to seek comfort and reassurance from their faith at such times or to address deep questions of meaning. All of us are aware of the religious tensions that exist in our world today. Your STAR group will likely be a microcosm of this world and we see it as a rich opportunity to build bridges of understanding. 3. STAR is conducted as a multi-cultural, multi-faith gathering. This is different than conducting the sessions as an interfaith or intercultural seminar (see definitions below.) It means each of person is given the safety and space to interact with the content of STAR freely using the language of his/her own culture and faith tradition or spiritual practice. We ask that you exercise respect and sensitivity in this and at all times, speak only for yourself.We have also found that, given the diversity of people who come to STAR, many issues, both individual and structural, could be used as case studies of trauma and the resulting cycles of victimhood, oppression, and violence. Because of the complexity, long history, and emotional intensity of such issues, getting centered on any one could result in diversion from the primary objectives for the week and jeopardize the learning atmosphere for others. Therefore, for the emotional safety of the group, we ask that STAR not be used as a platform for the promotion of a particular theological, ideological, or political issue.Multi-faith: a situation where persons of different faiths are present in one setting Multi-cultural: of or relating to or including several cultures Interfaith: activities that involve an interaction between different faiths such as dialoguing, praying, marrying, or working on joint projects.Intercultural: studies of a large number of cultures, or studies that try to identify dimensions that are not culture specific: cultural dimensions applicable for all cultures.4. STAR is an educational event.Many STAR participants have found the week to be therapeutic, but STAR is not designed to be therapy. The experiential exercises are to illustrate ways of working in communities affected by trauma. The academic input is educational in nature. Neither should be used as diagnostic or professional treatment tools. Any concerns you might have about psychological issues should be discussed with a qualified mental health professional. If you have questions about this during the week, please discuss them with STAR staff. Following from these understandings, we offer the following guidelines for the week: · See the week as an opportunity to stretch and grow, owning that many of us have much to learn about other people's cultures and faith· Speak for yourself rather than being prescriptive for the group· Share who you are, but refrain from theological, cultural and philosophical debates and proselytizing· Use the "ouch, then educate" principle if someone says something that offends or hurts us (e.g. "Ouch, making that generalization about Africans, Muslims, etc. reinforces tired, outdated stereotypes. In fact……)· Assume that no one in the group is out to deliberately hurt or degrade our faith or our people· Tell personal stories to illustrate why you feel a certain way about something controversial rather that making general statements or pronouncements· Ask rather than make statements about another's culture or faith (e.g. "I understand that Hindus Am I correct?" "Is it true that in the US you …?") Again, a warm welcome to STAR! Please feel free to consult with STAR facilitators and staff with concerns or questions any time. We look forward to a good week together. STAR staff reserves the right to ask a participant to withdraw from the training early if, based on our experience and judgment, his/her conduct jeopardizes the emotional safety of that individual and/or the group.Prior to asking a participant to leave, we will:· Speak privately to the person, identifying the behavior(s) creating a lack of safety for others and giving a verbal reminder of the policy above,· Provide a referral to a local trauma counselor for further discussion, · If mutual understanding cannot be reached, as a last resort and with regret, ask the individual to leave and offer referral assistance in their home area. For our out-of-town participants, hotels are available in downtown Minneapolis. Additionally, the Carondelet Center in St. Paul offers reasonably priced accomodations. Please contact them directly for details: http://www.carondeletcenter.org/accommodationsfinal.aspxFor more information about STAR, please see: www.emu.edu/starVideo and Article about STAR: http://www.america.gov/st/democracy-english/2009/March/20090319115407esnamfuak0.2055933.html&distid=ucsSTAR on YouTube: 4 minute intro: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSA_Xnh7eyU45 minute presentation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZA2-shx5RWkBreaking the Cycles of Violence Model: http://www.emu.edu/cjp/pti/star/breaking-the-cycles.pdfhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zAd2sYZ9YigBecome a fan of STAR-Minneapolis on Facebook at:http://www.facebook.com/pages/STAR-Minneapolis/179623022075775

  • 2012

    Sep 10


    Minneapolis, MN, US | 8:30am

    Minneapolis, MN, US
    Mon Sep 10, 2012 8:30am

    Details

    Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience (STAR) NOTICE: If you wish to save the online fee, please contact Dr. Minter at STAR.Mpls@gmail.com and request registration for payment by check via regular mail. Register online for the STAR training courses in Minneapolis on:Wed-Sun, Jun 20-24, 2012 at www.starmpls2.eventbrite.comWed-Sun Oct 24-28, 2012 at www.starmpls4.eventbrite.comStrategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience (STAR) Monday-Friday, September 10-14, 2012 Training Course Facilitators:Vernon Jantzi, PhD, Program Director STAR Latin America &Co-Founder of the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding, Harrisonburg, VADonna Minter, PhD, LP, Executive Director, Minnesota Peacebuilding Leadership InstituteThe STAR mission is to strengthen the capacity of caregivers, leaders, and organizations to address trauma, break cycles of violence, and build resilience. Minnesota Peacebuilding Leadership Institute (MPLI) is fulfilling this mission in Minnesota.STAR trainings have trained thousands of paraprofessionals, lay caregivers, and leaders worldwide to promote healing, revitalize their communities, and stop cycles of victimhood and violence. STAR teaches productive alternatives to revenge.STAR objectives:By the end of the STAR training you will have:1. Distinguished between various types of trauma and responses to trauma (both positive and negative) and related it to your individual, community, and societal history.2. Examined the links between unhealed trauma and cycles of victimhood and violence and described how you have seen these cycles operate in your own situation.3. Studied the trauma healing model used at STAR, analyzed it in light of your own experiences, and identified ways to integrate it into your current work.4. Examined or practiced ways to build resilience and accompany individuals or groups on the healing journey through identifying personal and systemic interventions and rituals. Daily schedule of the STAR training course: Mon Sep 10 8:30pm-5pmTue Sep 11 8:30am-5pmWed Sep 12 8:30am-5pmThu Sep 13 8:30am-5pmFri Sep 14 8:30am-12noonBy attending this 4 1/2-day academic and experiential education training, you'll join more than 5,000 participants from 65 countries who have been equipped with strategies for handling post-traumatic stress and leading others beyond traumatic events, informed by the latest trauma healing research from the fields of neurobiology, psychology, restorative justice, conflict transformation, peacebuilding, and religion/spirituality. The curriculum was developed by internationally-renowned faculty and training staff of the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University. To maximize the workshop experience, space is limited to 25 participants.STAR in Minnesota is hosted by the Minnesota Peacebuilding Leadership Institute. Scholarships for the STAR training are available to ensure economic and cultural diversity at each training. Please contact Dr. Minter at STAR.Mpls@gmail.com or 612-377-4660 for a scholarship application as soon as possible. Professional Continuing Education Credits are available for an additional $60 payable by check:This activity has been approved by the Minnesota Board of Psychology for 27 continuing education hours with the Log number 201204.212.The Minnesota Board of Marriage and Family Therapy as approved this program for 27 continuing education hours with the Approval #: CE:2012-027.The Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy has approved this activity for 27 continuing education hours for LPC and LPCC professionals with the approval number 2012.CE.009. The Minnesota Peacebuilding Leadership Institute has been approved by the Minnesota Board of Social Work to sponsor continuing education with the CE Provider Approval Number: CEP-634. 29 CEs are available for social workers. This activity has been designed to meet the continuing education requirements according to the Minnesota Board of Nursing for 27 continuing education hours.Educators, mediators, attorneys, health educators, clergy, chaplains, and other professionals should contact Dr. Minter at 612-377-4660 for information about earning continuing education credit for the STAR workshop.Once your registration and payment are received, additional course materials will be sent to you. During the training, snacks and beverages are provided. Lunch is on your own. If you have questions, please contact Dr. Minter at STAR.Mpls@gmail.com or 612-377-4660 for details.Cancellation Policy: Refunds, less a $30 administrative fee, will be given if written cancellation is received from the registrant by August 10, 2012. No tuition refund is offered after August 10, 2012. Transfer of tuition to another STAR training in Minnesota is granted if written request is received by September 3, 2012. Refunds or transfers are not available for no-shows. Objectives and Guidelines for the STAR Training CourseWelcome to STAR! We are delighted that you are interested in joining us to interact, learn, and grow together. During many STAR trainings, participants come from different countries and from various parts of the United States. We will represent different political leanings, cultural practices, religious traditions and understandings of spirituality and spiritual practices. STAR itself is a program of the Practice Institute, a part of the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University. Mennonites are an historic peace (Christian) church denomination which is neither Catholic nor Protestant. Despite this origin, STAR is not a religious program and warmly welcomes people of all backgrounds.As you can imagine, this rich diversity makes a dynamic learning environment as we explore issues of trauma, security, justice and peacebuilding and relate it to our own contexts. In order to create an optimal learning environment, please take time to read the following understandings about the week, beginning with the course objectives. 1. STAR course objectivesBy the end of the STAR training course, you will have:· Distinguished between various types of trauma and responses to trauma (both positive and negative) and relate it to your individual, community, and societal history· Examined the links between unhealed trauma and cycles of victimhood and violence and described how you have seen these cycles operate in your own situation · Studied the trauma healing model used at STAR, analyzed it in light of your experiences, and identified ways to integrate it into your current work · Examined or practiced ways to build resilience and accompany individuals and groups on the healing journey through identifying personal and systemic interventions and rituals 2. STAR recognizes that trauma affects body, mind, and spirit and addresses all of these aspects.Trauma hits us where we are most vulnerable and makes chaos out of the order of our lives. Healing processes need to address body, mind and spirit. As human beings, it is normal for those coming from a spiritual tradition to seek comfort and reassurance from their faith at such times or to address deep questions of meaning. All of us are aware of the religious tensions that exist in our world today. Your STAR group will likely be a microcosm of this world and we see it as a rich opportunity to build bridges of understanding. 3. STAR is conducted as a multi-cultural, multi-faith gathering. This is different than conducting the sessions as an interfaith or intercultural seminar (see definitions below.) It means each of person is given the safety and space to interact with the content of STAR freely using the language of his/her own culture and faith tradition or spiritual practice. We ask that you exercise respect and sensitivity in this and at all times, speak only for yourself.We have also found that, given the diversity of people who come to STAR, many issues, both individual and structural, could be used as case studies of trauma and the resulting cycles of victimhood, oppression, and violence. Because of the complexity, long history, and emotional intensity of such issues, getting centered on any one could result in diversion from the primary objectives for the week and jeopardize the learning atmosphere for others. Therefore, for the emotional safety of the group, we ask that STAR not be used as a platform for the promotion of a particular theological, ideological, or political issue.Multi-faith: a situation where persons of different faiths are present in one setting Multi-cultural: of or relating to or including several cultures Interfaith: activities that involve an interaction between different faiths such as dialoguing, praying, marrying, or working on joint projects.Intercultural: studies of a large number of cultures, or studies that try to identify dimensions that are not culture specific: cultural dimensions applicable for all cultures.4. STAR is an educational event.Many STAR participants have found the week to be therapeutic, but STAR is not designed to be therapy. The experiential exercises are to illustrate ways of working in communities affected by trauma. The academic input is educational in nature. Neither should be used as diagnostic or professional treatment tools. Any concerns you might have about psychological issues should be discussed with a qualified mental health professional. If you have questions about this during the week, please discuss them with STAR staff. Following from these understandings, we offer the following guidelines for the week: · See the week as an opportunity to stretch and grow, owning that many of us have much to learn about other people's cultures and faith· Speak for yourself rather than being prescriptive for the group· Share who you are, but refrain from theological, cultural and philosophical debates and proselytizing· Use the "ouch, then educate" principle if someone says something that offends or hurts us (e.g. "Ouch, making that generalization about Africans, Muslims, etc. reinforces tired, outdated stereotypes. In fact……)· Assume that no one in the group is out to deliberately hurt or degrade our faith or our people· Tell personal stories to illustrate why you feel a certain way about something controversial rather that making general statements or pronouncements· Ask rather than make statements about another's culture or faith (e.g. "I understand that Hindus Am I correct?" "Is it true that in the US you …?") Again, a warm welcome to STAR! Please feel free to consult with STAR facilitators and staff with concerns or questions any time. We look forward to a good week together. STAR staff reserves the right to ask a participant to withdraw from the training early if, based on our experience and judgment, his/her conduct jeopardizes the emotional safety of that individual and/or the group.Prior to asking a participant to leave, we will:· Speak privately to the person, identifying the behavior(s) creating a lack of safety for others and giving a verbal reminder of the policy above,· Provide a referral to a local trauma counselor for further discussion, · If mutual understanding cannot be reached, as a last resort and with regret, ask the individual to leave and offer referral assistance in their home area. For our out-of-town participants, hotels are available in downtown Minneapolis. Additionally, the Carondelet Center in St. Paul offers reasonably priced accomodations. Please contact them directly for details: http://www.carondeletcenter.org/accommodationsfinal.aspxFor more information about STAR, please see: www.emu.edu/starVideo and Article about STAR: http://www.america.gov/st/democracy-english/2009/March/20090319115407esnamfuak0.2055933.html&distid=ucsSTAR on YouTube: 4 minute intro: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSA_Xnh7eyU45 minute presentation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZA2-shx5RWkBreaking the Cycles of Violence Model: http://www.emu.edu/cjp/pti/star/breaking-the-cycles.pdfhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zAd2sYZ9YigBecome a fan of STAR-Minneapolis on Facebook at:http://www.facebook.com/pages/STAR-Minneapolis/179623022075775

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  • DANGSTERSTYLE (Artist) DANGSTERSTYLE
    thanks for becoming a fan. sounds good!! keep it up
  • Dianne♥™ (Artist) Dianne♥™
    Hey Resilience, Another Side Of Me, kicks!!! that tracks cool. All the best, D♥
  • KO,DRAMA (Artist) KO,DRAMA
    i see u out here kid
  • The Pizza Kings (Artist) The Pizza Kings
    Nicely done Resilience... like your creative mix of rap and vocals. Big skillz with rhymes mane 'Accomplishments' is a Favourite with 'Another Side Of Me' being our second...
  • kobraGangBitch (Artist) kobraGangBitch
    the gang slidin thru gang gang
  • Flatfoot Jones (Lifik) (Artist) Flatfoot Jones (Lifik)
    slidinnn thu clickin play..
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