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The Holistic Resistance team offer in person workshops called Reaching for Blackness, smaller group Deep Dives into connection and healing, Singing Circles and a 16-week 1-to-1 counseling program over the phone.
Together Louiza Doran and Trudi Lebrón offer a 7 or 12 week online anti-racism coaching program called Working Towards Woke. Individually, they both have private practices as coaches for life and to help corporations, organizations, individuals and schools with Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
Catrice Jackson is creating and crowdfunding Harriet’s Dream, an in-person “healing sanctuary for black women to combat the daily barrage of racial trauma they experience and to help black women experience healing, happiness and harmony in their lives”. Amazon Wishlist for Racial Justice and Harriet’s Dream.
Please contact me privately for more information on making reparations for a friend of mine and her family (who prefers not to be shared publicly).
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