From Anthony Bourdain to Mark Gonzales to Rep Pramila Jayapal to Justice Sotomayor to Jamia Wilson to America Ferrara…we live amongst great teachers and we are them ourselves.
It’s a new way of being, an eloquent rage, that embodies both resistance and the resilience and moves us in the direction of liberation and wellbeing for everyone.
This is not just about reclaiming our democracy, its about reclaiming our dignity, it’s about reclaiming our bodies, it’s about reclaiming our humanity.
Let's get vulnerable and curious about how we can repair the breach and move towards healing and community.
This moral reckoning. A course correction. And there will be casualties, heartbreak and disappointment.
But what if holding one another accountable IS love?
We all have a part to play in our collective healing and liberation. As Tarana says, “healing is a lifelong journey and the hardest part is starting”.
This week we are reflecting on reconciliation and what it's really going to take to heal the wounds of our country.
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We are a an imperfect work-in-progress. But we are also becoming. And it’s beautiful.
Today we commemorate the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's assassination, not by remembering how he died but how he LIVED.