4 Self Care Resources for Days When The World Is Terrible: A popular piece by Pérez that is a compilation of four awesome resources, mostly by people of color.
Abolition Culture: Moving Beyond Disposability in The Movement: A powerful summary about the necessity of transformative justice in our movements.
Abdi Assadi Blog: A NYC based bodyworker and dharma teacher with an unapologetically honest wisdom about life, destructive patterns, and awakening.
Black Feminist Breathing Chorus: A collection of 21 mantra meditations based on words from brilliant Black feminists across time.
Madness and Oppression: Paths to Personal Transformation & Collective Liberation: An affirming resource about the interconnections among oppression and mental health.
Mindfulness and Social Justice, 1 & 2: A two-part radio interview with fierce dharma teacher, Mushim Patricia Ikeda.
Radical Dharma: Talking Race, Love, and Liberation: A moving co-authored book about the legacy of white supremacy in the U.S. and Buddhist communities in the U.S.
Seeing The Underside and Seeing God: Tattoos, Traditions, and Grace: A beautiful interview with Pastor Nadia Bolz-Weber about her spiritual journey and the founding of House of All Sinners and Saints.
We Need More Than Self Care, We Need Healing Too: A popular piece written by Richael about the relationship between care and healing.
Who Fears Death: A magical, afrofuturist fantasy novel set in Sudan that inspires around the questions of resilience, imagination, and love.