31 min

Amber J. Phillips, Storyteller and Reproductive Justice Activist The Confessional with Nadia Bolz-Weber

    • Personal Journals

“My attachment to success prevented me from doing the one thing that I value the most in my life, which is showing up for other black women.”

Amber is a storyteller, creative content strategist, and reproductive justice activist whose work imagines a world where Black womanhood is an expansive overwhelming experience of safety, pleasure, and joy.

https://twitter.com/amber_abundance

https://www.instagram.com/amberabundance/

The book I mention in the intro to this episode is I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness by Austin Channing Brown.

When you’re done listening to this one, I recommend watching this video of Sonya Renee Taylor performing her poem “What Women Deserve.”

“My attachment to success prevented me from doing the one thing that I value the most in my life, which is showing up for other black women.”

Amber is a storyteller, creative content strategist, and reproductive justice activist whose work imagines a world where Black womanhood is an expansive overwhelming experience of safety, pleasure, and joy.

https://twitter.com/amber_abundance

https://www.instagram.com/amberabundance/

The book I mention in the intro to this episode is I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness by Austin Channing Brown.

When you’re done listening to this one, I recommend watching this video of Sonya Renee Taylor performing her poem “What Women Deserve.”

31 min

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