A self-knowledge, enrichment podcast for women giving voice to their oftentimes disturbing, always poignant, inspiring stories about how the intergenerational trauma of racial and gender bias, experienced during girlhood, impacted their sense of self and overall well-being. Looking back, then working toward a future of racial equality and healing See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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In the small community Alice grew up in, there was a road being built by convicts. There was also a spring near her house, so Alice's parents would give her and her siblings a pail and a dipper and tell them to provide water to those men. Many years ... more
Systemic racism might be hard to perceive without perspective. To our guest, Ingrid Waldron, growing up in Montreal in a multicultural environment, racism was being called the n-word at school or eventually suffering physical abuse for being Black. I... more
The first step to heal from trauma is to acknowledge its impact; therefore, if we want to understand the effects of structural racism on Black women today, we need to look at the wounds produced by the intergenerational racism replicated since the en... more
Thank you, LaVerne, for bringing this powerful message to the world. Your brilliant wisdom and huge heart are a genuine gift. We appreciate you!
Thank you LaVerne for creating an empowering podcast that gives a voice and knowledge of how to create racial equality and create healing. Dr. Angela Reynolds was an amazing guest and very inspiring! I got goose bumps listening to her story. Highly recommend this podcast!!!
Yesssss Thank you Laverne for creating a platform we so desperatly need today. A place to discuss Black Girls, all things Us is so precious and necessary. It's about time we expand our view of Black Women and all the incredible things we do in every single facet of life. We are extraordinary and deserve a place to honor ourselves and each other. Reflection is life!!!
Through this podcast, LaVerne is getting a message out that needs to be shared. She’s bringing a serious issue thats been shrouded in darkness into the light.
So need in this pivotal era !!!!!
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