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We've been in a bubble of a rigid system that's not beneficial to anyone who aspires to live a more meaningful, creative, and soul-making life. Join us and discover the impacts of this system as Jacque Salomon reveals the inequality of access to food and nutrition and the relationship of holistic health to feminine principles.
Key takeaways to listen for
- Raising plant-based nutrition awareness in underprivileged communities
- Reasons to adopt a plant-based diet
- Impacts of parental dietary behaviors on children’s eating habits
- Breaking the systemic oppression in the food system
- How food diet is associated with trauma and healing
- The feminine principle of nurture, nourishment, and protection
- Developing a multidimensional concept of food choices
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About Jacque Salomon
Jacque Salomon is an Indigenous Woman from the island of Boriken (Puerto Rico) born and raised in New York City. She is a Social, Climate, and Food Justice Activist whose mission in life is to decolonize minds and re-indigenize the body and spirit through whole foods, plant-based nutrition.
Through the non-profit Seeds to Inspire 501(c)(3) she co-founded, Jacque supports underrepresented, underserved, under-financed, and marginalized communities in the Phoenix metro area of AZ as well as surrounding reservations. As a spiritual life coach, she helps restore the health and well-being of individuals through radical self-care and self-love with an emphasis on revitalizing the health and creativity of our racialized Sistren.
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