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Radical Remembrance: Conversations on Being Human (formerly Ladies Who Lead)

In the current climate of endless information and busyness we can lose our center easily. The Radical Remembrance podcast intends to bring you back home to what it is to be both holy and human. Our host Luna Love and the diverse & inspiring guests hold long-form, courageous conversations to invite you into your own experience of deeply remembering what it is to be human. We talk intimacy, emotional mastery, psychology, embodiment, sociology, spirituality, money, sex, death, life-purpose, social justice and so much more… everything you don’t want to bring up around the family dinner table. New episodes air every other Tuesday so subscribe here to be notified when the next one comes your way. Radical Remembrance is formerly Ladies Who Lead, a popular podcast on the air for over 2 1/2 years, created for women by women in all realms of leadership, liberation, and loving. // For 'Ladies Who Lead' archives check out Season 1 with our first 110 episodes of inspirational interviews and shares from today’s womxn leaders. Find more at: www.lunaloveleadership.com/podcast
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Apr 2, 2018

Today we have Nikki Silvestri (www.nikkisilvestri.com) here with us to dive deep and share her wisdom on Systemic Change beginning with Soil. Nikki is CEO and Founder of Soil and Shadow, a project development firm working to create systems change while improving relationships between communities. We talk about motherhood, doing it all, leadership, curiosity, healthy soil, biomimicry, the way in which we’re all connected, our world views and take a look at the things we hide. As the Co-Founder of Live Real and former Executive Director of People's Grocery and Green for All, Nikki has built and strengthened social equity for underrepresented populations in food systems, social services, public health, climate solutions, and economic development. She has a master's degree in African American Studies from UCLA, and is originally from Los Angeles.  To subscribe to future podcasts or learn more about how we can support you on your leadership journey, head over to www.ladieswholeadpodcast.com.

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