They talk about the centrality of care, the importance of taking risks and making mistakes, and what it means to invest in Black leadership in this moment. This interview has been edited and condensed.
This year they founded The Embodiment Institute and The Black Embodiment Initiative which is expanding embodied learning and relational transformation skills to broaden our community’s capacity and practice of just relationships.
The fourth session of the 'me too.' Survivor Healing Series explores through the lens of survivorship and discusses how sexual violence disrupts the key concepts of choice, voice, and boundaries while considering how we can restore and come back to our inherent power.
We are calling for recognition of the power and wisdom of survivors. Hear about the details of the platform, the importance of building a movement of survivors of sexual violence, and how you can utilize the Agenda to bring about change in your own communities.