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In EP018 with Sonya Renee Taylor (she/her) we talk about how to develop an unwavering connection to ourselves, that's filled with radical self-love, compassion, and accountability. Sonya is a master of hard conversations, and in this episode, we touched on many of the pressing issues of representation, anti-racism and so much more.
- What wokeness isn't
- Building a reservoir of radical self-love
- The stickiness of social media
- What scarcity and white supremacy have in common
- Who is both the oppressor and the oppressed?
- Understanding the ladder of bodies
- Ever-expanding whiteness
- Why 'white fragility' isn't the savior framework we thought
- Shame showers
- How to house compassion and accountability
- When to surrender and when to fight
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More about Sonya: New York Times Best Selling author, Sonya Renee Taylor, is the Founder and Radical Executive Officer of The Body is Not An Apology, a digital media, and education company committed to radical self-love and body empowerment as the foundational tool for social justice. Sonya has shared her work as an award-winning Performance Poet, Activist, and educator in numerous countries and on major media outlets around the world, reaching hundreds of thousands of people with her commitment to radical self-love and transformation. Sonya continues to perform, speak and facilitate workshops globally.
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