What does authentic advocacy look like for Indigenous communities? how do we make space for Afro-Indigenous identity? and how do we prevent burnout while doing activism work? these are questions Shanese answers for us with care in this thoughtful episode.
tw: this episode has mentions of domestic violence
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The first book that made Shanese feel seen was In Search of April Raintree tw: sexual assault
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