Trigger Warning: This episode discusses gun violence. Feel free to skip to the next episode where Ben tells us what drives his visionary ways.
In January 2021, I started asking my guests, who is a Black person, Indigenous person, or Person of Color who has inspired them on their journey. Ben tells us about his brother-in-law, whose life was thoughtlessly stolen by gun violence.
I follow up our conversation with lessons I’ve learned on my anti-racism journey, and discuss why talking about anti-racism matters for Visionaries, Singles, and Manifesting.
If you want to continue the conversation, you can find me @SavvySinglesStudio on Instagram.
BIPOC and Orgs to follow:
Dr. Darnisa Amante-Jackson / DEEP
Brandyn Campbell Communications
Karamo Brown / Social Worker / Queer Eye
Trauma Healing & Gun Violence Prevention
My Brother's Keeper
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