Looking Forward: NADA’s Role in Genuine Social Change
In February 2021 NADA hosted a special open NADA Membership Café featuring guest speaker Walter Bosque (NADA Trainer & Lincoln Detox Collective Member).
NADA’s roots stem from a revolutionary history. In this gathering, we looked back at our history for context to ground us in our present day work. Together, we heard directly from Walter Bosque about NADA’s origins, which propelled us into a conversation on: What is NADA’s role in genuine social change? What makes the NADA protocol ‘revolutionary’? And what is the role of youth in the NADA movement?
Call to Action
At our February Membership Cafe Looking Forward: NADA’s Role in Genuine Social Change NADA launched a Youth Committee to ensure we are bringing this people’s medicine to the next generation.
Under 35? We invite you to get involved. Fill out this Youth Committee Nomination Form.
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About NADA Membership Cafés
NADA Membership Cafés are hosted and facilitated on the third Wednesday of the month by membership coordinator Taneha Watts. We always hear from our guests and make space for questions, conversation, and connection.
Missed a previous Café?
Members can find all the recordings under NADA Member Resources.
Become a NADA member. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.