As we explore and hold history in relation to how rest is viewed in our society, we will explore our relationship to restorative practices that feed our soul. Part of dismantling socialized systems of oppression that have been internalized is to experience respite and rest.
Beyssa Buil is a social activist, Humanist Chaplain, Spiritual Director and Anti-Racism Coach, with a MDiv from Meadville-Lombard. She serves on the Board of Trustees for the Unitarian Universalists for Social Justice.
Beyssa was born and raised in the “305” commonly known as Miami, Florida. She had two parents who played with words and invented her name. She began writing poetry and developing a spiritual practice at the tender age of seven which led her on her journey of dismantling oppression and liberation theology.