This movement is important. As a white woman, I cannot ever understand what it is like to be Black or a POC, but I stand with you, because it is truly a privilege to learn about racism than to have to experience it.
I by no means am perfect or know the perfect things to say, but I am committed to calling myself out, to deconstructing my own beliefs, to opening myself up, leaning in with love, and continuing to listen and learn.
If you are Black, I am sorry and I am ready to do better.
This is truly just a start, but I wanted to make it clear where I stand. Below I have shared some links to resources I have been diving into to learn, as well as people I am following, or things I have found useful.
Anti-racism resources for white people
Why “I’m not racist” is only half the story video
Antiracism & Decolonization Resources For Change – Nikka Karli
TV/movies: 13th, Black Lives Matter, Hidden Figures, When they see us
Black women/WOC I am following with great resources/masterclasses (instagram links): iamtoriwashington, averyfrancis, healer_wounded, candiceintuitive, theconsciousnessqueen, julietcobodo, ayceebrown, maryamhasnaa (and more) – feel free to recommend some to myself or other abundant babes!
My BLM Instagram Highlight with more videos, resources, etc.
Posts I made:
Releasing ceremony my husband and I did channeled from my guides (can be used during full moon or any other time.
As spiritual entrepreneurs we know to welcome discomfort, it’s even more important now post.
“Being uncomfortable isn’t an excuse to stay silent” post
Anti-racism post by my husband
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