Shadiin and Delma are joined by dear friends, deep thinkers, committed activists, sincerely fierce humans, and Senior Fellows from the Center for Whole Communities: Kavitha Rao and Mohamad Chakaki.
They open with the work of the Center for Whole Communities, how it centers/resurfaces indigenous practices like story-telling to better hold tension, empathy, and cent relationship--as well as the tragedy of living in a world where these ideas are labeled "radical."
From there they talk parents, politics, passion, and compassion. Kavitha discusses the role of movement practices in her life and how ofter our connection to wellness in our future connects to the practices of our past. Learn more about Kavi's offerings here: https://wholecommunities.org/embodied-practice/
Original music provided in this episode from: Dana and Alden. Check out their debut album: Brothers on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/album/3bAdq3gWGFX20djiV0q33R?si=xIMu0zvgSumy-YQVI_mZ2A