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Conversations with Nova Reid are raw, unedited conversations about race, identity, allyship and everything in-between as we navigate this funny thing called life. Brought to you by Tedx Speaker and Anti Racism Campaigner Nova Reid. Please note, some interviews may include personal accounts of racism, so please be mindful when sharing with any person under 18. Join the conversation further over at @novareidofficial on Instagram and Facebook and @novareidoffic on Twitter. Music by: David Szesz ...
 
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My debut book, The Good Ally is OUT NOW via your favourite bookseller or online: https://www.waterstones.com/book/the-good-ally/nova-reid/9780008439484 In this episode it's just you and me kiddo wrapping up and reflecting on an incredible season. Going solo to share more about my author journey and barriers to author success. I also talk about heal…
 
In this episode I have the pleasure of talking to campaigner, writer and speaker, Gina Martin, who is best known for founding and running the national campaign to make upskirting illegal and changing English and Welsh law by creating the Voyeurism Act. Gina’s first book Be The Change was published in 2019 and is a practical guide for activists star…
 
In this episode I have the pleasure of talking to Kym Oliver, writer, speaker and the 'Official Goddess’ for The Triple Cripples - a platform dedicated to highlighting the narratives and increasing the visibility of Black, Brown & Indigenous Melanated People, living with Disability. Kym is dedicated to illuminating her ‘lived experience’ with a lon…
 
In this episode I have the pleasure of talking to Agnes Mwakatuma, Founder of Black Minds Matter U.K. Born in Tanzania, Agnes’ family relocated to a small town in Devon 12 years ago. While growing up in a predominantly white town, Agnes recalls early examples of racism and microaggressions. Her own experiences as a Black woman, as well as witnessin…
 
In this episode I have the pleasure of talking to Amanda Appiagyei, one of my anti-racism students. Amanda is a brand strategist helping people to build business and lives that feel more joyful, a lifelong learner. Amanda and I had an incredibly raw and honest conversation about her anti-racism journey, her experience of being in an interracial mar…
 
In this episode I have the pleasure of talking to the incredible Resmaa Menakem, a Healer, best-selling author, and trauma specialist. Resmaa helps people, communities, and organisations find strength in healing historical and racialised trauma – carried in the body and the soul – that is holistic and resilient. He is a cultural trauma navigator an…
 
In this episode I have the pleasure of talking to the incredible community builder and organiser, Phyll Opoku-Gyimah also fondly known as Lady Phyll, who is the nucleus of the award-winning celebration and protest that is UK Black Pride. Lady Phyll is also the executive director of Kaleidoscope Trust, an organisation working towards the liberation …
 
This episode is sponsored by The Hopper (www.thehopper.tech). In this week’s episode, I have the pleasure of talking to the incredible author, historian, and British Civil Rights activist, Stella Dadzie, whose career has spanned over 40 years. Stella is a founding member of OWAAD (Organisation of Women of African and Asian Descent), a national umbr…
 
You can pre-order my debut book, The Good Ally, via your favourite bookseller or online now: https://www.waterstones.com/book/the-good-ally/nova-reid/9780008439484 One year on from the murder of George Floyd which sparked global Black Lives Matter Protests we explore what has changed and what has stayed the same. In this episode I have the pleasure…
 
In this episode, I have the pleasure of stealing some time with the incredible New York Times and Sunday Times bestselling author, anti-racism educator, International speaker and podcaster Layla F. Saad. She is the author of the ground-breaking Me and White Supremacy (2020), an anti-racism education workbook that was initially offered for free in a…
 
You can pre-order my debut book, The Good Ally, via your favourite bookseller or online now: https://www.waterstones.com/book/the-good-ally/nova-reid/9780008439484 Welcome to season two of Conversations with Nova Reid. It's great to be back in company with you! In this episode I reflect on almost a year since the BLM resurgence, the first part of t…
 
Welcome back! An impromptu special bonus episode for you today where I go solo! Reflecting on some of the key lessons I have learned from 2020 and inviting you to do the same. I also talk about milestones and challenges in 2020, celebration and struggle, the danger of toxic positivity and finding gratitude in difficulty. I also talk about moving fo…
 
You can pre-order my new book, The Good Ally, in bookstores now: https://www.waterstones.com/book/the-good-ally/nova-reid/9780008439484 So here we are the final episode of season one! Inspired by Barack Obama I open up about what it's like to be an anti-racist educator, black woman, and soon-to-be author in unprecedented times like these. I delve d…
 
You can pre-order my new book, The Good Ally, in Waterstones and Amazon now. In this episode I talk to Natalie an Educational Psychologist, mum of two and one of my anti-racism students. Natalie and I had an incredibly raw and vulnerable conversation about her anti-racism journey and she shares her experience of being in an interracial relationship…
 
In this episode I talk to Jonelle Lewis, a mother and incredible yoga teacher smashing stereotypes. Jonelle and I met at an event on International Women's Day a few years ago and have been friends ever since. She is a force of nature who doesn't mince her words and speaks truth about white supremacy in the wellness industry. Jonelle's experience of…
 
In this episode I have the pleasure of talking to Adé Adeniji, a trainer, coach, interfaith minister and storyteller Although both Adé and I attended The Bridge Retreat (at different times) this meeting was our very first, even so, we were able to jump into an intimate, beautiful conversation from how children internalise racism, violence in the wo…
 
This week I have the pleasure of talking to fellow activist, poet and founder of Stand For Humanity Yazzie Min. Yazzie and I connected online through our shared activism and have supported each other ever since. We talk at length about community, reparations and anti-Blackness, whiteness, where community has gone in “Britishness” and how fierce lov…
 
In this episode I have the pleasure of talking to the incredible India Gary-Martin who had me at hello when I met her back in 2016. India is an award-winning coach, speaker and leadership expert with over 25 years experience in financial services including JP Morgan. We dive deep into the magic of collective power and black sisterhood, how her unde…
 
She's back! I have a VERY special episode with you today. Giving you a mini solo episode from me on the current state of play and this current "momentum" in anti racism work. And introducing my very special guest. My Dad. We talk about growing up as a black boy in London, my granddad and Windrush, weddings, sibling rivalry and what he REALLY thinks…
 
I couldn't think of a more perfect time to release this episode with Tamu Thomas who I call The Queen of Joy. She is a joy seeker holistic & somatic coach and founder of Live Three Sixty. Seeking out joy at times of adversity is VITAL for our mental health and building resilience. In this episode we go all the way there and back. We talk about what…
 
Going solo again today troops. There is a lot to discuss. In this episode I am discussing white fragility and how it presents itself in white women, the relationship between black people and white women and police brutality. The wonderful James Baldwin, the essence of activism and why we need to do better and fast. Please note I discuss in detail s…
 
In this episode broadcast during mental health awareness week 2020 I have the pleasure of being by Chloe Davies Head of PR and Partnerships at MyGWork. We talk about parenting 2 under 5, reproductive health and Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, discrimination in health care services and how that can have a detrimental impact on outcome. We also talk about…
 
In this episode I have the pleasure of interviewing one of my favourite human beings; Creative Coach and Founder of A Life More Inspired, Nicola Rae Wickham. In this open hearted and RICH conversation, we talk about growing up in Britain and navigating every day racism. We talk about trying to fit in and find a sense of belonging and competition wi…
 
Flying solo today as I share a few thoughts of what's been going on behind the scenes, events that have unfolded this week. I talk about systemic and overt racism, white silence in the wellness communities and friendship circles, why it happens so often and why it is so palpable and painful. The impact of bias reporting in media. I also talk about …
 
In this episode I interview counsellor, coach and founder of Motherheart Joanne Bradford. There is so much vulnerability and open hearted conversation in this episode. It is VERY special. We discuss being sober and the link between confronting addiction and behaviour that doesn't serve us and becoming anti-racist. We also talk about some of Joanne'…
 
In this episode I speak to Donna Lancaster, Co-Founder of the Bridge Retreat, described as an exceptional healing experience attracting human beings from across the globe to prioritise their own healing and personal growth. We talk about breakdown, necessary suffering and the importance of belonging. Donna also shares her experience and search for …
 
In this episode I interview award-winning film and theatre director Khadifa Wong. We talk about Khadifa and her journey growing up, being involved in social justice movements, struggling to find a sense of belonging in the dance and theatre world and how she used that as a catalyst to create change. We also talk about representation vs tokenism in …
 
In this episode I am joined by award-winning Doula, birth worker, educator and activist Mars Lord and this episode is packed with wisdom, truth bombs and power. Content warning: Please be mindful that Mars and I do talk about birth trauma and maternal mortality so some of this may be upsetting for some listeners personally impacted by this. I have …
 
Welcome back to another episode of Conversations with Nova Reid. In this episode I have the pleasure of interviewing Selina Barker, author, Career and Life Design Coach and Co-Founder of Project Love Join me in this powerful, raw, unedited episode where Selina leans into vulnerability and shares her journey to unlearning her inherent racism, the ch…
 
Welcome to my first interview on Conversations with Nova Reid. In this powerful episode I have the pleasure of interviewing Breathwork Guide and Actor Susan Ateh who lives and works in LA. Susan has the most profound and infectious energy and is passionate about healing. In this episode we talk about Susan’s experience growing up, being both black …
 
Welcome to the very first episode of Conversations with Nova Reid! So what's this all about then? In this episode join me, your host, Nova Reid, as I talk to you more about the podcast, what magic and mischief you can expect, why I chose to start it and my response to people who tell me not to talk about racism or get political in the middle of a g…
 
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