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Women’s Well-Being & community transformation and healing

Below are the best resources we could find on Women’s Well-Being and community transformation and healing.

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Toni Morrison Interview on Woman.Life.Song with Clarissa Pinkola Estes and Others

A conversation with Jessye Norman, Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Toni Morrison, and Judith Weir about Weir’s “woman.life.song,” a collaborative effort to express universal experiences of womanhood.

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Black Women’s Yoga History: Memoirs of Inner Peace

How have Black women elders managed stress? In Black Women’s Yoga History, Stephanie Y.

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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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FindCenterWhy are angry women so threatening to others? If we are guilty, depressed, or self-doubting, we stay in place. We do not take action except against our own selves and we are unlikely to be agents of personal and social change. In contrast, angry women may change and challenge the lives of us all.

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Jasmine Marie Wants to Use Breathwork to Help 1 Million Black Women Deal With Trauma

The founder of Black Girls Breathing set a goal to hit by 2025, here’s how she’s going to do it.

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Queen Afua Gives Her Road Map to Wellness

Queen Afua is an initiate of the Shrine of Ptah and Chief Priestess of Purification in the temple of Nebt-Het, and ancient Afrakan Order. She is also a Khamitic (Egyptian) priestess, yoga teacher, natural healer, and lay midwife.

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Profiles of Purpose: Yes She Can

Elsie Dogbeah, owner of Home Fresh Foods, an agro-processor of African ethnic foods, shares her passion for creating a woman-centric business.

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It’s Up to Us: Investing in Local Solutions—Nia Evans, Jessica Norwood, Jenny Kassan

There will be no Prince on a white horse to save us. It is up to us to take agency and create local solutions that benefit our communities and ourselves.

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Can the World Mend in This Body?

The author writes that what she does on behalf of healing any individual or being must also be healing, even if not directly extended, for the world itself.

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Love: Decoupling, Growth and Reciprocity Featuring Kalkidan Gebreyohannes

In this episode, we’re talking about love, decoupling and maintaining our sense of self through both. The conversation features Kalkidan Gebreyohannes, an Oakland based boutique owner of Alyce on Grand, a designer, and a mother of three.

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