Nicole Lee’s new book leads readers to confront their discomfort and misconceptions about antiracism, so they can build antiracist spaces with the important young people in their lives.
Pushing past the common reasons people give for not facing these issues, Lee provides age-appropriate guidance for talking to kids and offers practical advice on how to put our words into action.
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An attorney and an intuitive coach, Nicole holds space for the sacred as she leads those around her in the path of aligned action. Her Inclusive Life community is an affirming but truth-driven space where real people grapple daily with the hard work of effecting social change.
is “There’s a way that we can meet urgent moments without the spirit of urgency. That requires competency and capacity that comes from deep grounding and regulation. Being able to show up consistently in ritual, rhythm, and routine.” This conversation with Jen...
EP8: “Stop the Steal” Insurrection: the Black Movement Law Project Responds with Tanay Lynn Harris, nash Sheard, Abi Hassen, and Marques Banks
This conversation amongst friends is a peek into the deep complexities of keeping Black, Indigenous, People of Color, and other marginalized folks safe while they activate and organize for liberation. Black Movement Law Project is about the intentional and...
EP7: What is Your Role? Understanding the Ecosystem of Social Change and Where You Fit In with Deepa Iyer
We’ve all heard the phrase “stay in your lane,” an admonition that can actually cause paralysis for people just stepping into social change work. When thinking about activism, I wanted to share a framework that holds the concept of “lanes” more loosely and graciously....
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