Meet Dr. Sarah Webb, colorism expert, writer, media creator. A world traveler, an Auntie, and the founder and owner of Colorism Healing llc, which is a global leader in raising awareness, shifting attitudes, and taking action to dismantle colorism. Enjoy our conversation on bravery, healing, and choosing to share our personal truths and values with the world.
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Dive in to this courageous and inspiring conversation with queer poet, mom, intersectional equalities advisor, and human resources expert JG Danso as we discuss her new book, her writing process, and how she uses storytelling to empower and share experiences of intersectional queerness over generations.
A conversation with Ike Sturm – highlighting the creative and spiritual process he embraced as he composed “Let the River Flow.”
Fill up on this empowering conversation with Denise Van de Cruze, social justice advocate, world traveler, owner of Vienna-based queer cafe Villa Vida, and self-proclaimed nerd activist for the people.
This week on Everyday Spirituality, Debbie speaks with Dea Jenkins about how she found her creative voice.
Get ready to be inspired with Salem Islas Madlo, poet, educator, mom, coach and art therapist, as we chat about the power of the present moment and finding the authentic self on the other side of surrender.
This week on Everyday Spirituality, Debbie and Brendan McClenahan discuss the idea of faithful innovation.
Join Ed Rule, my dad, husband, writer, vet, speaker and community activist as we dive into courage and faith and practicing action in the face of fear.
Tune in while we chat with Doug Motel, actor, storyteller, painter, coach and fellow joy spreader for lots of laughs, insights and inspirations on approaching life through humor and the evolution of artistic expression.
Join us as we talk with Ella Ritts about her journey with art, science, expression, and self. Ella is a Program Content Coordinator for the Griffith Observatory, in Los Angeles, California who explores life and art everyday.
This heart-to-heart chat with jazz trumpeter Hermon Mehari will leave you eager to try something old in a new way, or simply explore new possibilities using your creative (and courageous) voice.
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