In the late 1800s and early 1900s, the United States government forced many Native American children to attend Christian, English-speaking boarding schools that forbade Native American languages, traditions, and practices. The practice resulted in tearing apart families, trauma for children in these boarding schools, and a loss of Native American memory and tradition. Monday host […]
Wednesday host Lilada Gee speaks with Carmella Glenn, who shares her story of childhood trauma, struggles with alcohol addiction, and what she’s learned about healing as a Black woman. Carmella works as the Program Coordinator for Just Bakery in Madison, a culinary training program from Madison Urban Ministry that works with individuals facing significant barriers […]
Lilada Gee talks about self-care and Black healing with Satya X, founder and organizer of the Women Of Color Healing Retreats in Costa Rica. The wellness retreat is designed to connect Black Americans to nature and themselves, and is a space to unwind and disconnect from the psychological trauma of systemic racism.