happy Friday! I'm coming your way with a short solo episode - a few announcements about my book and upcoming programs as well as some resources and thoughts about staying engaged in anti-racism work beyond the current wave of protest. It's great that so many more of us are joining in conversations and in action and I hope that we can work together to make sure this movement is never dying down again. I'm talking a bit about how I would like to do better for the podcast, what has helped me stay engaged and also I would like to share a bunch of resources with you:
Books I mentioned: Why I no longer talk about race with white people by Reni Eddo-Lodge, My grandmonther's hands by Resmaa Menakem, The Colour Purple by Alice Walker as well as Pleasure Activism and Emergent Stategy by adrienne maree brown.
I also mentioned Black Minds Matter UK http://blackmindsmatter.co.uk/and the How to survive the end of the world podcast: https://www.endoftheworldshow.org/
Black owned bookshops & other businesses to support: https://www.ukblackowned.co.uk/
A reading from "The Well" by brontë velez on the for the wild podcast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20NFKSfxEcI
...this is just a small start, I am committed to bringing you more conversations and resources to continue this work.
Thank you for listening!
⋒ Hi, my name is Yarrow and I am your host.
My podcast Daydreaming Wolves explores ritual, politicized healing and creative expression through interviews and solo episodes.
I live a soft & slow life in Scotland and create rituals and ceremonies for the big and small milestones in life. I also write, make textile art, cuddle my dogs, swim in the sea all year and do a lot of queer dreaming.
You can learn more about my work and become a patron to support the show and access my book, my zines, live workshops & seasonal programs at YarrowMagdalena.com. More info about my web design & business mentoring work is at YarrowDigital.com ⋒