Ep. 331 - Let Them Be Heard: 10 Powerful Black Female Voices
We are honored to have had many powerful conversations with the black women featured in this episode. They are teachers, leaders, writers, activists, travelers, artists, mothers, wives,and daughters. We invite you to reflect, listen, learn, and act on the advice, experience and teachings from the voices you hear in this episode as we all come together in this revolution, to fight against racism and injustice.. You will hear from Angela Manuel-Davis, Lalah Delia, Larayia Gaston, Rachel Cargle, Bola Sokunbi, Lauren Ash, Lizzy Jeff, Evita Robinson, Jehmu Greene, and Luvvie Ajayi — each a unique, motivating, compelling voice in this world that we are proud to amplify.
We also talk about:
Exploring our purpose
Figuring out what ways you can serve a cause
Not excusing the abuse black people have faced
How just living can be a revolution
The importance of black women learning to talk about money
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