November Zen Zone Newsletter
The Roots Collective
Roots Collective is a group comprised of four core individuals: Danny Agnew, Isaiah Thomas, James Mungin II, and Dantrail Felton. Each member of this collective has been working diligently on the ground in either Liberty City Miami, Overtown, Opa Locka, Miami Gardens, or Little Haiti. The group was created because they identified stark similarities consistent with state violence being perpetrated in each of the fore-mentioned communities. Their mission is to use their community support, organizational connections, and political pull to create spaces where communities and organizations collide head-on.
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Sustainable Style Social Clothing Swap
Thu, November 3, 2022, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT
Expansive Biscayne 2125 Biscayne Boulevard Miami, FL 33137 United States
Did you know fast fashion is the second largest polluter in the world second only to oil?
How it works:
bring as many items as you would like to swap
exchange your items for items in our closet
one item swaps for one item
swapping is free of charge
donations are accepted!
November events with Debris Free Oceans
In October we removed 760+ lbs of trash, engaged 190+ volunteers during 5 cleanups, and educated 100+ people during 3 presentations and 1 tabling event! We've got an exciting November in-store - scroll to sign up and join in on the fun.
A Solarpunk Future
Have you ever imagined a world where renewable energy, collective work, and nature-based solutions governed our decisions? Come see different works of art exploring this topic on Friday, November 4th. They will be tabling this cool event hosted by the Miami-Dade Public Library System. Register for free below.
Sunrise Yoga + Beach Cleanup
On Sunday, November 6th, they will be hosting a sunrise Yoga and Beach Cleanup event! This free event is an amazing opportunity to start the day off strong, manifest a positive week, and enjoy South Beach before it gets too busy. Bring your own towel for yoga and a bowl for a treat from Under the Mango Tree after class. Register below.
ECO-ACTION DAY Beach Cleanup & Citizen Science Data Collection
Join EcoAction Day with Miami-Dade County EcoAdventures! Help clean up Crandon Park and collect marine debris data to inform prevention policies. This month's activity is sold out but you can sign up for our December event on 12/10.
Big news! Seaworthy is now part of 1% for the Planet as an Environmental Partner! Check out our Public Profile on the 1% site.
Join for their next event: Climate Community Social Hour
Thursday, November 10
Great networking, drinks, light bites, and a brief panel discussion with Moonlighter FabLab, Seaworthy Collective, Lady Green Recycling, and Accountable Impact at a NEW LOCATION!
Caña Restaurant and Lounge at Hyatt Centric Brickell (2nd Floor) 1102 Brickell Bay Drive Miami, FL 33131
Opportunities for Sea Change: Applications are now open!
Whether you're looking to join the Founder Mentorship Program or be part of the next Cohort in their Venture Studio. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis for all of our programs, but the best time to apply is TODAY!
Improving Access to Mental Health Support
Sara Makin shares her experience embracing mental illness and starting Makin Wellness – a mental wellness startup. She is a serial entrepreneur with 10 years of success in the mental health industry.
Hosted by Miriam Dorsett, they talked about the challenges faced in the industry and how Sara has been able to overcome these obstacles. And we’ll be discovering how Makin Wellness allows people to cope more naturally with anxiety, stress, and depression because of its mission to improve the access to mental healthcare as how it’s discussed in one of the live streams on Chibur Now.
Watch: Improving Access to Mental Health Support
Building A Mindful Business
This interview is about building a mindful business which can mean many things to many people, but it's important to be intentional and mindful in your marketing, business development, surroundings, and more.
Watch: Building A Mindful Business
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