Equity, Empathy & Intercultural Expansion: Healing Our Disconnections
with Niambi Jaha-Echols
8 am PT
11 am ET
5 PM CET
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This unprecedented time of global uprising for racial justice in the midst of a pandemic has further exposed the deeply inequitable structures and systems in the United States and around the world. We continue to see that tremendous change is needed to address the systemic racism in our country and ourselves. This communal crisis is driving change. Join Niamb Jaha-Echols for this inspiring presentation as she leads us deeper (beyond our collective fears) into a space where our differences are no longer our main focus but rather, our collective potential for healing, equity, and restoration.
Niambi Jaha-Echols is an author, cultural agility strategist, cultural intelligence specialist, and spiritual alchemist who has spent the past 30 years working as a Transformation Advocate. She's is the author of Project Butterfly: Inspiring the Souls of Our Girls and What Color Is Your Soul: Healing the Illusion of Our Separateness. and Project Butterfly: A Guide for Young Women and Girls of African Descent to Understand the Transitions of Life.
She is also the Founder of The Butterfly Movement, where she utilizes the symbolism of the caterpillar/butterfly metamorphosis to foster emotional and spiritual transformation in women and girls. As founder and lead facilitator for the project, she empowers women who in turn empower girls. She also led the residential summer camp experience, Camp Butterfly from 2003 - 2015.
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