CASA Pitzer: Healing Practices for Racial Justice

CASA Pitzer is hosting Healing Practices for Racial Justice, a monthly 60-minute workshop series aiming to offer tangible healing practices to strengthen wellbeing and resilience as we confront the impact of systemic racial injustice.  A number of BIPOC healer activists have been invited to present an array of healing practices that fortify the spirit and sustain the work of racial justice, including trauma-informed somatic practices, meditation, yoga, traditional plant medicine, and more. The current triple pandemics (racial, economic, and COVID-related) indicate the critical intersections between wellness and justice, between healing justice and racial justice, and the need to strengthen our understanding and practices related to each of these. The virtual workshops are free, accessible and open to all. 

Summer Session

Summer Session at Pitzer is an outstanding opportunity for students to continue and enrich their education in a rigorous academic atmosphere distinct from the traditional school year. Students may choose from an extensive slate of undergraduate courses offered across the curriculum during an intensive six-week session. All courses are taught by Claremont Colleges faculty and established adjunct professors.

  • Catch up or get ahead on units
  • Fulfill the requirements of a major or educational objective
  • Focus on a difficult course or requirement
  • Continue your research or study of an academic interest
  • Explore new interests
  • Enjoy savings on tuition

2021 Session Dates

One six-week session: May 24-July 2

3+1 Enrollment Registration: March 1

Open registration: Begins March 15