I cultivate spaces where Black, Indigenous, and People of Color can reconnect, remember, restore their power, aliveness and wholeness, in how they choose to define that. Spaces where folks can come forward with the authenticity of their lives without or with less shame, fear, ostratication and harassment and more compassion, curiosity, and care
I am deeply invested in co-creating communities that are invested in taking care of each other instead of taking advantage of each other.
Through my healing practice, I apply abolitionist and healing justice principles to transform violence and grow our individual and collective power and resilience.
My work is part of a long legacy of organizing that shifts violent systemic and generational conditions in order to build more safety, dignity, belonging and trust within us and around us.
- Co-founder Adaku Utah