210: How Women of Color and White Women are Navigating Anti-racism (Part Two with Angelica Archuleta and Giovanna Rossi)
On the Well Woman Show this week, I share part two in a series of conversations with black, indigenous and women of color colleagues and friends, and together we explore anti-racism and racial justice - what it means not only in the big picture but how our daily lives are impacted, what we're reading, what we're doing and where we go from here. I'm in conversation with my colleague Angelica Archuleta, and we exploring racial justice from our unique perspectives and lived experiences. Angelica Archuleta was born in Santa Fe, raised in Espanola and grew up in Albuquerque, New Mexico. As a Lupus survivor since the age of ten, her passion for human rights is rooted in her lived experiences.