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BIPOC Well-Being & self healing

Below are the best resources we could find on BIPOC Well-Being and self healing.

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Curating Radical Healing Communication Technologies

BIPOC communities create digital spaces for wellness and liberation.

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We Went to a Support Group for Black People in America

Alzo Slade participates in an “Emotional Emancipation Circle,” an Afrocentric support group created by the Community Healing Network and the Association of Black Psychologists. It’s a safe space for Black people to share personal experiences with racism and to process racial trauma.

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Elisa Shankle Is Encouraging Her Community to Be Brave and Heal

“Vulnerability is scary. I associate bravery with vulnerability because it takes bravery to be vulnerable,” the Brooklyn wellness expert says.

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Spring Washam & Tara Brach | The Anti-Racism Revolution (ASL Interpreted)

Buddhist teachers Spring Washam and Tara Brach share the challenges they are encountering, and the practices and insights that guide them during this time of radical inner and outer transformation. The format of this event is an honest and vulnerable conversation between two esteemed teachers.

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The Power of Circles with Ethan Viets VanLear

Healing begets healing: restorative justice practices offer a pathway for individual healing for both the person who has been harmed and the person who perpetrated the harm.

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The Inner Work of Racial Justice: Healing Ourselves and Transforming Our Communities Through Mindfulness

In a society where unconscious bias, microaggressions, institutionalized racism, and systemic injustices are so deeply ingrained, healing is an ongoing process.

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Broken Open: How Difficult Times Can Help Us Grow

Elizabeth Lesser shares tales of ordinary people who have emerged from difficult experiences stronger, wiser, and more in touch with their purpose and passion.

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Conditions of a Creative: Stop, Start, Listen Featuring Courtney Phillips, Creator, GumboMedia

Courtney Phillips, co-founder of Gumbo Media and Gumbo Fit chats about her journey to creative entrepreneurship, how she’s encouraging Black people to define success differently, and what she needs to stay creatively inspired and focused.

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Authentic Voices: Because Our Voices Matter Featuring Natalie Obando, President, Women’s National Book Association (WNBA)

Natalie Obando, president of the Women’s National Book Association, talks about the organization’s Authentic Voices program, which introduces women writers to publishing through four weeks of writing, editing, marketing, and publication.

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Sensuality and Sexuality: Feminism, Religion and Mental Wellness Featuring Brianne Patrice, Sensuality Doula

Brianne Patrice breaks down for us how she sees sexuality, sensuality, and spirituality mastering their own lane but also overlapping -- and when they do, this is the wholeness we speak of.

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