Lately it feels like ancestors are talking to me all the time.
Imagine a common reality of collectively prioritizing our most universal gift…
I was in a conversation recently with a friend who had just returned from a meditation retreat. She said one of the ideas shared with her group was that “the teacup is already broken,” a meditation on how the death or ending or brokenness we fear is inevitable.
Racialized capitalism trains us to expect that some people fall through the cracks into unjust suffering; our cultural individualism tells us this is acceptable, as long as we aren’t the ones at the bottom.
To heal ourselves, we must remember that we are a small part of a much greater whole.
These authors pull no punches as they take on topics of race, gender, and justice.