Tarana Burke set this movement in motion long before the Harvey Weinstein scandal, the Alissa Milano tweet or the Time’s Up campaign. It actually began over a decade ago in Alabama to support brown and black survivors of sexual violence. Since then, the call has gone viral and Tarana is on a mission to help women navigate what comes after the hashtag. Whether you are a survivor or an ally, everyone has a place in this movement, she says. And as you’ll hear in this interview, she is proving that a movement of radical healing is not only possible, it’s happening. 

Tarana Burke set this movement in motion long before the Harvey Weinstein scandal, the Alissa Milano tweet or the Time’s Up campaign. It actually began over a decade ago in Alabama to support brown and black survivors of sexual violence. Since then, the call has gone viral and Tarana is on a mission to help women navigate what comes after the hashtag. Whether you are a survivor or an ally, everyone has a place in this movement, she says. And as you’ll hear in this interview, she is proving that a movement of radical healing is not only possible, it’s happening. 

 Paola Mendoza, film maker, author mother and resister, is taking on some of the biggest issues facing humanity, like immigration and poverty and it’s impact particularly on women and children. And believes that artists have a unique and essential role in catalyzing change and opening the hearts of americans. In our conversation, Paola talks about our capacity to hold two truths at the same time. Check it out. 

Paola Mendoza, film maker, author mother and resister, is taking on some of the biggest issues facing humanity, like immigration and poverty and it’s impact particularly on women and children. And believes that artists have a unique and essential role in catalyzing change and opening the hearts of americans. In our conversation, Paola talks about our capacity to hold two truths at the same time. Check it out. 

 Can politics be spiritual? Marianne Williamson things so. The best selling author, spiritual activist and integrative politician talks to us about what's broken in America and how to center love in our politics. Her fierce call to action challenges us to acknowledge our collective wounds as a country and reclaim America through revolutionary love and spiritual practice.

Can politics be spiritual? Marianne Williamson things so. The best selling author, spiritual activist and integrative politician talks to us about what's broken in America and how to center love in our politics. Her fierce call to action challenges us to acknowledge our collective wounds as a country and reclaim America through revolutionary love and spiritual practice.