The clean eating, green beauty, and holistic health movements seem to be, at a glance, predominantly promoted by and marketed to upper/middle class Caucasians. This view does people of color a...
Women of color are more likely to succumb to pregnancy related diseases and be discriminated against within the medical system. We can’t wait for the healthcare system to reform itself,...
This 10-minute guided meditation focuses on limiting self-beliefs and how they can completely immobilize us if we’re not careful.
Boiling down the message of wellness companies to pseudo-science and 1000 dollar detoxes distracts those who could benefit the most from the true power of self-care: women of color.
Reflections, and a 10-minute guided meditation to be used at any time, but especially when things become a bit difficult.
We discuss the work of black feminist Audre Lorde entitled "Uses of the Erotic" and how this concept is still, if not more, relevant today.
Reflections, plus a 10-minute guided practice to connect to our inner strength and power.
How to deal with negative thoughts that arise during sex to avoid getting pulled into a cycle of shame and avoidance.
As people who have suffered systematic abuse throughout history, showing ourselves compassion can be a revolutionary way to reclaim our space.
The lingerie of today is for YOU. We discuss the new company Underthing which celebrates the sexuality of women of color.
Food as Medicine
- Clean Eating
- Food Desert
- Food Inequality
- Food Justice
- Holistic Health
- Race and Class
- Systematic Inequality
Clean Eating. Green Beauty. Holistic Healthcare. These two-word combinations are largely positive. Yet for people of color, it's easy to feel excluded from these types of movements.
Food deserts are a very real and occasionally overlooked phenomenon with a complicated history of structural racism and inequality. Author and Professor Ashanté M. Reese analyzes the problems and solutions...