Episode 121: Curating Queer Black Healing Spaces
Jimmy Hill, CEO and Founder of Xrysalis, an annual gathering created by and for Queer, Transgender, and Intersex People of Color joins Akua and Sam to discuss the importance of cultivating queer black healing spaces.
Points of Discussion Include: Cultivating spaces outside of the white gaze, bridging gaps between queer black people, black tokenism in white activist spaces, what to do when restorative events are over, the importance of nature in healing spaces, public nudity, meditation, yoga, and mindfulness, acupuncture, why aren’t black healing spaces used provided on a regular basis, scarcity thinking, The Bar Area, Colorado, gentrification, capitalist barriers, clothing optional, public sex,
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