“If racism is a way of life for some; activism has to be the way of life for the rest of us.” ~Amisha Harding.
We talk with Atlanta-based activist Amisha Harding about transforming grief and trauma with connection and nonviolent action and her organization, Courageous Conversations for the Collective. Then we hear from two participants of the Reparations Procession taking place in the East Bay, Oakland, California with information about what and who it is for, and how you can get involved in reparations work.
Want more? Michael Nagler’s Nonviolence Report for July 31, 2020 is here.
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Courageous Conversations For the Collective