In this episode, I chat with Zuri Adele on how we can heal through grief, learning to let others be there for us, and surrendering to the unknown.
Zuri Adele - "It's very, very, very clear and undeniable when a corporation or person, especially with the power of social media is very clear when they are claiming to be about the movement now for, for fear of being perceived as one of the racist people, because there would be political and economic consequences to them if they were perceived as being an enemy to that to black liberation."
05.07 - Recognizing our power and energy
05.44 - Sharing grief and what the process has been like throughout this pandemic
14.23 - Feeling my father’s joy around me at all times
17.13 - The recognition of the lack of control we have
23.14 - Boundaries and receiving love
27.01 - How does it feel going back to acting knowing that you will be tapping into all these parts of yourself?
30.12 - The grief that we are experiencing with so much Black death at the hands of the police
33.06 - What are your thoughts around the current movement?
40.21 - What are you using your self care for to look forward to the other side?
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