Tiokasin Ghosthorse devotes the entire hour to a discussion with author, Justice Leadership coach, organizational strategist, and master trainer Resmaa Menakem. They discuss grief, trauma, Indigeneity, reclamation of cultures, and autonomous practicality separate from "identity" and history.
Resmaa Menakem is the New York Times bestselling author of "My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies." A visionary Justice Leadership coach, organizational strategist and master trainer, he is a leading voice in today’s conversation on racialized trauma. Resmaa created Cultural Somatics, which utilizes the body and resilience as mechanisms for growth. Resmaa is a highly sought after keynote and public speaker, radio, television, and social media personality, author, international trainer and effective communicator among diverse ethnic populations. For more information about Resmaa, visit: https://www.resmaa.com/. Find him on social media (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram).