How do we have difficult conversations with the people we love? Is it possible to extend self-compassion to ourselves when we've made a mistake or caused harm (is that allowed?)? How does anti-racism fit into all of this?
This episode gets into it!
We're joined by Roxy Manning, PhD (Clinical Psychologist) and Sarah Peyton (Neuroscience educator) to talk about Roxy's book "How to Have Antiracist Conversations" and the handbook Roxy and Sarah co-authored, "The Antiracist Heart".
This conversation (and these books!) align with many topics close to our hearts, and we're excited to share it with you!
Mentioned in this episode:
- How to Have Antiracist Conversations: Embracing Our Full Humanity to Challenge White Supremacy by Roxy Manning
- The Antiracist Heart: A Self-Compassion and Activism Handbook by Roxy Manning and Sarah Peyton
- Healing Resistance: A Radically Different Response to Harm by Kazu Haga
- The Freedom Project
- Roxy & Sarah's podcast, Fierce Compassion
For more on Roxy and Sarah, check out their websites:
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