53 min

Decolonization and Empowerment Self Defense. An Interview with Magdalena Dircio Diaz The Empowerment Podcast By Naga

    • Self-Improvement

Colonization is all around us and even lives inside of us. We can find it right now as we look at our politics, power, spirituality, daily life, families, and relationships— it’s literally everywhere. How do we become aware of it? And once we see it, how do we start to pull it apart?
Join this interesting and wide-ranging discussion about decolonization and what it takes to deconstruct the predominant cultural and social paradigm. It’s personal, it’s lived and it’s ours to become aware of and to move through. As people who are interested in empowerment and self-defense, how does this important topic impact the way we show up for ourselves and for others?
ABOUT OUR GUEST: Magdalena Diaz works at the Office of Student Affairs at Cal State. She grew up undocumented which had a huge impact on her family life, her education and the choices available to her. Hear the story about a moment that changed the trajectory of her career and propelled her forward in her empowerment journey.
Book Recommendation: The Revolution Starts at Home
Find Magdalena: @soulwarriors_esd
Special thanks to my producer, Collin Taber (@that2ndtaberkid, collintaber@gmail.com)
Support this important work:
Buy Me a Coffee 
Donate through my website 
Thank you!
Join “The Empowerment Project” Group on Facebook. For everyone’s safety, please know that if you don’t answer the questions, we will not accept you into the group.
#theempowermentpodcast, #theempowermentproject, #emowermentselfdefense, #selfdefense, #nagacommunity, #decolonization
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Colonization is all around us and even lives inside of us. We can find it right now as we look at our politics, power, spirituality, daily life, families, and relationships— it’s literally everywhere. How do we become aware of it? And once we see it, how do we start to pull it apart?
Join this interesting and wide-ranging discussion about decolonization and what it takes to deconstruct the predominant cultural and social paradigm. It’s personal, it’s lived and it’s ours to become aware of and to move through. As people who are interested in empowerment and self-defense, how does this important topic impact the way we show up for ourselves and for others?
ABOUT OUR GUEST: Magdalena Diaz works at the Office of Student Affairs at Cal State. She grew up undocumented which had a huge impact on her family life, her education and the choices available to her. Hear the story about a moment that changed the trajectory of her career and propelled her forward in her empowerment journey.
Book Recommendation: The Revolution Starts at Home
Find Magdalena: @soulwarriors_esd
Special thanks to my producer, Collin Taber (@that2ndtaberkid, collintaber@gmail.com)
Support this important work:
Buy Me a Coffee 
Donate through my website 
Thank you!
Join “The Empowerment Project” Group on Facebook. For everyone’s safety, please know that if you don’t answer the questions, we will not accept you into the group.
#theempowermentpodcast, #theempowermentproject, #emowermentselfdefense, #selfdefense, #nagacommunity, #decolonization
Connect with Silvia 

53 min