I accompany my talks with original vocal soundscapes that I build simultaneously, weaving sounds into and around the ideas. This auditory element creates a somatic experience for listeners to deepen their understanding of the concepts I share during our time together.
self-care for collective justice
Self-care is a vital tool for genuine collective action. While self-care is often presented as a purely pleasant and affirming experience, it also requires accountability and confronting difficult truths. This talk supports listeners in tapping into their ability to see and hold painful personal realities as a tool for serving the collective with integrity.
We've been programmed, but that can change
Our identity markers, such as race, gender, and sexuality, are social constructions; however, those constructs have very real world consequences that manifest in the form of oppression, harassment, and intergenerational traumas. This talk will help listeners begin to identify and deconstruct their programming and move toward connection.