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Inclusive Life with Nicole Lee

Feb 2, 2021

“There’s a way that we can meet urgent moments without the spirit of urgency. That requires a competency and capacity that comes from deep grounding and regulation. Being able to show up consistently in ritual, rhythm and routine.”

This conversation with Jen Lemen feels like strong medicine. With so many of us...


Jan 20, 2021

This conversation amongst friends is a peek into the deep complexities of keeping Black, Indigenous, People of Color, and other marginalized folks safe while they activate and organize for liberation.

Black Movement Law Project is about the intentional and deliberate work of first protecting (physically and legally) the...


Jan 6, 2021

We’ve all heard the phrase “stay in your lane,” an admonition that can actually cause paralysis for people just stepping into social change work. When thinking about activism, I wanted to share a framework that holds the concept of “lanes” more loosely and graciously.

Deepa Iyer, author of We Too Sing...


Nov 25, 2020

In this conversation with Ericka Hines and Heather Laine Talley, we are looking at Holidays 2020 as a new and different creature. We are approaching the holidays desperately needing connection and yet we are divided not only by our political beliefs but our differing boundaries around COVID social distancing and even...


Nov 20, 2020

“This is part of parenting. This is part of the process. If we are raising humans to live in this multicultural, multiracial society, we have an obligation first to them, but also frankly to humanity, to be willing to be vulnerable and have those deep conversations.”

In celebration of Nicole’s new book, Raising...