WHERE
SPRITUALITY
MEETS
POLITICS

If we want a more
equitable and just
society, we’re going to
have to build one.

Raising Antiracist Kids by Nicole Lee

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.

A compass for transformation

Inclusive Life calls us to authenticity as we engage our own bias and privilege, awareness born of deep self-reflection, and deliberate action in all areas of our lives.

Taking integrated steps toward a
more equitable society

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TOGETHER

Rooting out and addressing injustice requires every member of the family. Get your whole crew involved.

Nicole Lee

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.

Nicole Lee founder of Inclusive Life
EP6: Navigating Holiday Conversations, Version 2020

EP6: Navigating Holiday Conversations, Version 2020

In this conversation with Ericka Hines and Heather Laine Talley, we are looking at Holidays 2020 as a new and different creature. We are approaching the holidays desperately needing connection and yet we are divided not only by our political beliefs but our differing...

EP4: Don’t Forget Your People with Rebecca Cokley

EP4: Don’t Forget Your People with Rebecca Cokley

Don’t Forget Your People. “Inclusive Life for me means our movements have an understanding that it’s your vulnerabilities that make you strong.”   This conversation with Rebecca Cokley is, in part, a peek into the disability rights movement from the intimate...

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