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This week we’re joined by Rachel Ricketts; racial justice advocate, intuitive healer, speaker + writer. She is an outspoken champion for womxn of colour,  educating all hue-mans on anti-racism  and  inclusion. Her purpose is to help us all better understand our role  in perpetuating oppression, of ourselves and/or others, and learn  concrete  tools for committing to the solution. Rachel hosts online and in-person workshops including her Spiritual Activism series which promotes racial justice, reconciliation and recovery from racialized trauma, and has helped a variety of global brands commit to anti-racism. Her work has been featured in publications such as Huffington Post, Black Girl in Om and Thrive, and she’s presented at international conferences including SXSW in Austin, me Convention in Stockholm and the Follow Black Women Conference in Omaha. She loves donuts, dancing and all things metaphysical.

In this episode we talk about:

  • Whiteness in the Spiritual community
  • Why it’s important to be doing anti-racist and intersectional feminist work right now
  • What is Spiritual Activism
  • What’s holding you back from doing this work and looking at these issues
  • The reactivation/ wake up that is happening in our society
  • Following Black, Indigenous and Womxn of Colour Spiritual Leaders
  • How Rachel brings intuition into her work
  • Anger to create change

We hope this conversation inspires you to have conversations within your families, communities and friendship groups. They might not be comfortable conversations but they are conversations we need to be having to create change and impact the world we live in.

Ways to connect with Rachel

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Podcast Music: “Follow You” by Daniel Gong (Dansonn)

All content and written show notes – Copyright Natalie Miles 2019

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