July 01, 2020 2 min read

Our round up of inspiration, opinions, ideas and resources... curated just for you.

 

Art & Activism -  Super chic Kimberly Drew, activist, author, former Social Media manager for the Met, recognized by Artsy for advocating for racial equality in the art world, curator of "black art and experiences." Follow her on IG @museummammy and get in line for her new book "This Is What I Know About Art."

 

Spirit - Ruth King is a self-described ‘heart activist’ who currently teaches meditation retreats worldwide and serves on the Teacher's Council at Spirit Rock Meditation Center. Learn from her recordings and her blog.Or buy her book Mindful of Race: Transforming Racism From The Inside Out.

 

Support - Conscious Business Directory  “The Intentionalist” allows you spend like it matters. You can filter your search by LBGTBQI, BIPOC, WOMAN OWNED and more.

 

Yoga - Seattle-based Simone Shaw is a private yoga instructor, custom fashion designer, custom jeweler, tarot reader, and budding astrologer. DM her on insta if interested in any or all of her talents and services!  @theholisticbohemian

 

Cook - Follow Jerelle Guy @ChocolateforBasil on IG for tasty sweets and savory veggie dishes. You can also buy her James Beard Award nominated cookbook Black Girl Baking: Wholesome Recipes Inspired by A Soulful Upbringing that uses whole flours, less refined sugar and vegan alternatives.

 

Film - DISCLOSURE is an unprecedented, eye-opening look at transgender depictions in film and television, revealing how Hollywood simultaneously reflects and manufactures our deepest anxieties about gender.

 

TV - If there were ever a show to remind us the goodness and love Queer Eye on Netflix is more than a makeover reality show, it is joyful and heart filling and fun, fun, fun!

 

Music - Listen to Seattle based singer-songwriter Sera Cahoone if you're feeling a little bit country, folky bluesy this week. Her immense talent is matched only by the sound of her incredible voice.

  

Workshop - African American writer and workshop facilitator Nanette D. Massey believes we are way beyond holding hands when it comes to talking about race.  Join her and others in a conversation "Moving beyond the white echo chamber." Donation based every Sunday @ noon PST.



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