MEET THE ROOTS
amani is a raptivist, storyteller and food justice advocate with over 15 years of experience in racial justice education, performance arts and community organizing...
Cheyenne is a Black Indigenous Queer Femme creative curator. Through the mediums of radical teaching, community organizing, and art making, Cheyenne explores the expansiveness of freedom building...
damaris is an organizer, storyteller, farmer and educator who has been creating & curating transformative spaces for over 8 years through the practices of meditation, vulnerable conversations and storytelling...
As an educator, urban farmer, practicing doula
and professor at Algonquin College currently living on unseeded and unsurrendered Algonquin Territory
Sophia is a Southern based fat, Black, queer with 11 years of experience working in the nonprofit field...
Very talented, professional and inspiring people! Just a joy
to spend time with them- fantastic job of creating
a safe learning community with loving spirit!
I feel very profoundly how rare it is to be in a space where I'm able to truly hear and feel what everyone else is saying,
as well as feel heard myself. I feel that this has helped
me find the understanding and direction I was hoping for.
"Wow! Thank you so much for facilitating and holding the space for teaching and sharing with all of us. You are engaging and compassionate, allowing us to feel, learn from our mistakes, and learn about the important steps to take to
Cheesecake, figs, and pinot noir.
Amani is a raptivist, storyteller and food justice advocate with over 15 years of experience in racial justice education, performance arts and community organizing.