“Lost and Found” is a two-event series acknowledging the impacts of ongoing loss and unresolved grief. A space to begin healing as a community, each event includes time for writing, reflection, and storytelling.
All are invited to also share your reflections online at: bit.ly/harvard-lost-found
All members of the Harvard community are welcome. Join us in consideration of all we have lost and what we have found.
Registration is required . Due to COVID event guidelines, this outdoor event is limited to the first 150 registrants.
Those who are waitlisted are invited to join our online program on October 28, 5-6 pm via Zoom. Register for the online event at dib.harvard.edu/events. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions.
Bring a notebook, pen, and something to sit on (towel/blanket). A valid Harvard ID is required for entry to Harvard Yard. Hand sanitizing stations will be available. We ask attendees to follow the University’s face mask and social distancing policies.
Microphone and ASL interpretation are provided for in-person events. Memorial Church is wheelchair-accessible, and the bathrooms on the lower floor has automatic doors. For additional accommodations or questions, please contact email@example.com in advance of each event.
Co-sponsored by the University Office for Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging; the Harvard Chaplains; and Memorial Church. Support from Harvard University Health Services Counseling and Mental Health Services and Center for Wellness, Human Resources Office for Work/Life, Campus Services, University Police Department, and the Council for Concerned Women.