Racial Bias - What Can We Do

Broadcast on July 13, 2016
With Nadirah Adeye

We will talk about current events including the recent killings of black and brown men by police officers and the biased treatment that still affects so many people of color decades after the Civil Rights Movement. We’ll discuss what we as a collective human family need to face, feel and heal. And we’ll offer compassionate actions that people of any color can take.   This session will cover:

  • The foundation of the problem and the far-reaching, painful impact
  • How we are pre-programmed towards bias and steps we can take to overcome it
  • Compassionate actions you can take towards creating solutions and a more united world

Nadirah Adeye

Black Lives Matter

Nadirah Adeye is an MA graduate of the Women’s Spirituality Program at the California Institute of Integral Studies. She is a mother, a scholar of the Sacred, and an initiated Priestess focused on wholeness, healing of intergenerational trauma, Irreverent Joy and Self Care. She was raised in a family of activists and Spirit-led teachers, speakers and healers and is particularly committed to healing for People of Color and specifically, the Motherlines of Women of Color.