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Red Lips & Eye Rolls Podcast

Society-and-culture • Education • Health-and-fitness

I'm Katara, and this is my show where I'll be encouraging you to live a life full of power and belonging. My work is to not only give you tools to belong to yourself but also to cultivate cultures where Black, Indigenous, and Women of Color belong. My mission is to curate this space so that itRead more

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In this episode I chat with Corinne Rice-Grey Cloud about her life and her passion to educate people on Indigenous culture and the importance of dismantling systems of oppression.

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Oct 20 • 36:20

Excited to have Blair Imani on the show!
 
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Episode 51: ANTI-RACISM: A STATE OF BEING

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