Self-Care is a Divine Responsibility

The world is in a state of emergency. Between the corona virus and police brutality which has resulted in civil unrest nationwide; protecting our physical and mental health is of the utmost importance.  In this interview I share tips on self care as a responsibility and techniques to cope with grief and anger:

Caring for ourselves is – and has always been – the most powerful form of resistance. Within the context of institutional racism self-love is an act of defiance. Not only will we survive, we choose to rise and thrive. As we grieve, as we march, as we stand for revolution, we must also rest, re-set, and restore so we can continue the work. 

Please listen, SUBSCRIBE and share my interview with Angela Belt of 28 Black Tastemakers.  Go to to listen!

My talk with @28blacktastemakers for The Moodboard podcast happened post covid and pre #justiceforgeorgefloyd but its release today is divinely timed. 


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