Unity's next artist in residence Marcus Young 楊墨 invites you to try the movement-based art form he and others created. Don’t You Feel It Too? (DYFIT) is a liberatory practice of transforming the self while taking action in the world. Anyone can do it. Participants feel stress relief, connection, and new belonging. It's free and offered four days a week (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday) through the end of October. More dates will be available in November.
Try it in person outdoors (while it's still nice) or online. DYFIT embraces the theme of Embodied Practice for Racial Healing and offers racially caucused spaces as well as an open practice for anyone. Each session is around 60-75 minutes. CLICK HERE for details and sign up.
Don’t You Feel It Too? is a dynamic form that draws from mindfulness practices, physical exercise, street protests, and dance. Participants listen to their own music moving freely, bravely. Move for exercise and stress relief. Move for liberation and the common good. The world needs your resilience, your daring, your movement, now more than ever.
Read about Unity's newest artists in residence!
Beloved Community Resources
Next Right Actions
Unity Justice Database
Team Dynamics House of Intersectionality
Anti-Racism Resources in the Unity Libraries Collection
Creative Writers of Color in Unity Libraries
The History of Race Relations and Unity Church, 1850-2005
Beloved Community Staff Team
In 2016, the Beloved Community Staff Team was formed at Unity Church to strengthen and coordinate Unity’s anti-racism and multi-cultural work, and to share the stories of this journey with the wider community. We commit to sharing the struggles, the questions, and the collaborations here at Unity and in the wider world of our faith and city. The current members of the team include Rev. KP Hong, Rev. Kathy Hurt, Barbara Hubbard, Drew Danielson, Laura Park, Angela Wilcox, Pauline Eichten, and Erika Sanders.