Breathe, Baby, Breathe: The Fresh Air of African Values

Circles of Black Self-Love

March 27, 2021 Community Healing Network Season 1 Episode 7
Breathe, Baby, Breathe: The Fresh Air of African Values
Circles of Black Self-Love
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Breathe, Baby, Breathe: The Fresh Air of African Values
Circles of Black Self-Love
Mar 27, 2021 Season 1 Episode 7
Community Healing Network

"Black love, provide the adequate electric for what is lapsed and lenient in us now. Rouse us from blur.  Call us." –Gwendolyn Brooks

"Love is both a noun and a verb....When we are in close proximity, love multiplies....When we come together our natural selves come through."
–Dominic Coleman

What does it mean to love?  What does it mean to be loved?  What does it mean for Black people to love each other?  The journey towards emotional emancipation is a journey of courage fueled by love. Join us in this discovery of Black self-love, individually and collectively, with a husband and wife team of  Emotional Emancipation Facilitators.

Kia Lanae and Dominic Coleman are a modern-day renaissance couple! As certified emotional emancipation facilitators and community-oriented entrepreneurs, they have partnered with multiple community organizations and initiatives over the past 20 years, particularly those that empower and uplift the African American community and spirit. By trade, Dominic is a licensed general contractor and Kia is an empowerment speaker, writer, artist, and creator of “Edify Newsletter” whose mission is to inspire, uplift, and honor the African Diaspora. For more information visit edifynewsletter.com.

Show Notes

"Black love, provide the adequate electric for what is lapsed and lenient in us now. Rouse us from blur.  Call us." –Gwendolyn Brooks

"Love is both a noun and a verb....When we are in close proximity, love multiplies....When we come together our natural selves come through."
–Dominic Coleman

What does it mean to love?  What does it mean to be loved?  What does it mean for Black people to love each other?  The journey towards emotional emancipation is a journey of courage fueled by love. Join us in this discovery of Black self-love, individually and collectively, with a husband and wife team of  Emotional Emancipation Facilitators.

Kia Lanae and Dominic Coleman are a modern-day renaissance couple! As certified emotional emancipation facilitators and community-oriented entrepreneurs, they have partnered with multiple community organizations and initiatives over the past 20 years, particularly those that empower and uplift the African American community and spirit. By trade, Dominic is a licensed general contractor and Kia is an empowerment speaker, writer, artist, and creator of “Edify Newsletter” whose mission is to inspire, uplift, and honor the African Diaspora. For more information visit edifynewsletter.com.