By GaBrilla Ballard Graphic by GaBrilla Ballard(Copyright 2020. All Rights Reserved) As we support ourselves and each other in #flatteningthecure, I want to encourage you to fit in self-care. As many of you, I am home with my children, and it sometimes makes it harder …
By GaBrilla Ballard (Transcript) I came on to offer words of support and love to you my growing community, as I’m sure you have been inundated with more news than you probably want. Some of you are very worried, as am I and some of …
dana e. fitchett, director of defDances, is a multi- and inter-disciplinary artist, movement educator, MFA candidate, and radical mixed-race Black woman exploring questions of identity reconciliation and decolonization by way of creative expression and reimagination of what’s possible. She lives in Oakland, CA, and splits most of her time between the Bay Area and the Northeast. IG: def_artinmotion
(This post is the transcript for episode 2 from our current season. It can be heard here) By Gabrilla Ballard In the media, many of us have heard the story of Serena Williams advocating for herself following the birth of her daughter. A practice that …
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Today’s episode kicks off our first monthly interview of season 3. Today’s interview is with healer, artist and world traveler Lisa Marie who recently visited Colombia. This is part 1 of a 2 part interview.
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Black Women often face institutional and systemic blockades to treatment modalities that aid in our well-being. These systemic challenges make self-advocacy a vital life practice. Today’s episode centers on Black women and self-advocacy in healthcare situations.