Location: Online & Auburn Seminary | 475 Riverside Drive. | New York, NY 10115
Paulina’s talk will explore concepts of transformative relationship building in movements, organizations, and among leaders.
What is collective work rooted in the legacies of the South look like?
What does building transformative organizations take?
How do we stay resilient and spiritually grounded in our organizing while centering impact?
Auburn Conversations offer an intimate experience to hear and challenge insights from visionary voices, artists, and uplifting leaders of faith and moral courage from across the cultural spectrum.
“I’ve been organizing in the south for 20 years. I met so many southern people who care deeply about social justice, who care deeply about the legacy of abolitionists in the south.” – Paulina Helm-Hernandez speaking about her work in the south with SONG
Paulina Helm-Hernandez is a queer femme artist, trainer, political organizer, strategist & trouble-maker-at-large. Originally from Veracrúz, Mexico, she grew up in rural North Carolina. Her deep experience includes work with The Highlander Research and Education Center, where she led youth programs for 6 years, and serving as Co-Director of Southerners on New Ground (SONG) for 12 years.
Paulina is currently an Auburn Fellow in the Resilient Leaders Across a Fractured Country fellowship.
Auburn Conversations are sponsored by the May and Samuel Rudin Foundation.