What comes to mind when you hear the word tradition? Boring? Uncreative? Obligatory? It doesn’t have to be any of that. When planning a wedding, […]
If you have been following for a while you will know I do a lot to advocate for better diversity and race equality outside of the wedding industry and offer online diversity in business and online-anti racism course for people who want to actively want to be the change they want to see in the world. Recently my wedding and anti-racism world beautifully collided and I wanted to share this powerful podcast interview I was invited to take part in on Project Love Podcast with you.
Project Love is a popular leading podcast and platform featured in the Stylist Magazine to Psychologies. They’re huge fans of self-development and they’re on a mission to inspire and empower you to create healthy relationships and a life you love and that starts by understanding and accepting who you are and knowing how you want to show up in the world.
Selina one of the founders, is also one of my online anti-racism course students and has been documenting her progress and invited me to join her podcast to talk about race, self-development, and womanhood.
I first experienced the magic of Selina at a wedding event last year and had no idea just two months later we would be working together.
Choosing to be actively anti-racist and teaching the next generation to be socially conscious takes courage. it takes courage to confront our isms and biases.
“I’ve been doing Nova’s ‘White Privilege’ anti-racism course since December and I have found it to be SUCH a powerful course. I once felt totally powerless when it came to racism and inequality. I had no idea what, as a white person, I could do or was supposed to do. Now with this course, I know exactly what I can do – the work is deep and powerful. I am now full of hope and excitement at what can happen if more and more white people stand up and do this work too. Which is what this episode is all about” Selina Project Love.
Anti-racism work is also hugely about love. You Can’t love others without knowing, forgiving and loving ALL of who you are and to do that, you need to have the courage to be vulnerable.
This conversation filled me and Selina with hope and possibility – I hope it does for you too.
Tune in and let us know what you think!