Episode 44: YOU'RE LATE with Rachel Ricketts

Episode 44: YOU'RE LATE with Rachel Ricketts

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In my chat with Rachel Ricketts we discuss the imperative work of anti-racsim and how if you are not practicing anti-racism or just getting started glad you're here, but you're late. Because so many are late we need all hands on deck now. Let's get to work!Rachel Ricketts is a thought leader + outspoken champion for Black and Indigenous womxn+ and our healing. As a racial justice educator, spiritual activist, changemaker and author, she educates white folx on their role in perpetuating white supremacy, helps folx of color heal from internalized oppression and helps everyone end global oppression in all forms. Rachel hosts online and in-person workshops including her renowned Spiritual Activism series which promotes racial justice and offers practical solutions for all hue-mxns to dismantle racist cisheteropatriarchy. She has helped numerous global brands with anti-racism including Google, WeWork, CreativeLive, Lululemon and TELUS and was named one of well+good’s 2020 Changemakers. Rachel’s work has been featured in the New York Times, Huffington Post, Hello Giggles, BuzzFeed, Mindbodygreen, 21Ninety, Black Girl in Om and Thrive, and she's presented at international conferences including SXSW and me Convention in Stockholm. She loves donuts, dancing and all things metaphysical.  Learn more at www.rachelricketts.com and @iamrachelricketts 
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In my chat with Rachel Ricketts we discuss the imperative work of anti-racsim and how if you are not practicing anti-racism or just getting started glad you're here, but you're late. Because so many are late we need all hands on deck now. Let's get to work!Rachel Ricketts is a thought leader + outspoken champion for Black and Indigenous womxn+ and our healing. As a racial justice educator, spiritual activist, changemaker and author, she educates white folx on their role in perpetuating white supremacy, helps folx of color heal from internalized oppression and helps everyone end global oppression in all forms. Rachel hosts online and in-person workshops including her renowned Spiritual Activism series which promotes racial justice and offers practical solutions for all hue-mxns to dismantle racist cisheteropatriarchy. She has helped numerous global brands with anti-racism including Google, WeWork, CreativeLive, Lululemon and TELUS and was named one of well+good’s 2020 Changemakers. Rachel’s work has been featured in the New York Times, Huffington Post, Hello Giggles, BuzzFeed, Mindbodygreen, 21Ninety, Black Girl in Om and Thrive, and she's presented at international conferences including SXSW and me Convention in Stockholm. She loves donuts, dancing and all things metaphysical.  Learn more at www.rachelricketts.com and @iamrachelricketts 
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