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Herbal Knowledge: Medicines of Black Captives

Come learn about how enslaved people used certain plants for healing and how you can use them today!

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Herbal Knowledge: Medicines of Black Captives
Herbal Knowledge: Medicines of Black Captives

Time & Location

27 jul 2022, 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. GMT-6

Sister Gardens, 5202 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80221, USA

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About The Event

FrontLine Farming's Lead Herbalist, Monticue, will be teaching about the herbal knowledge of enslaved Africans. During slavery, Africans survived the harshest conditions while in unfamiliar lands. How did they survive? Herbs! Enslaved communities had people within them that had vital knowledge on the healing powers of plants. Come learn about how enslaved people promoted healing through plant medicine and how you can use their knowledge for your own healing today.

Please bring your own water bottle, sunscreen or hat, gloves and appropriate work wear. We will provide the necessary tools.

This workshop will cost $30. Scholarships are available. Please email your request to info@frontlinefarming.org.

No one will be turned away.

Tickets

  • In-Person Ticket

    USD 30.00
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  • Online/Zoom Ticket

    USD 30.00
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