All of the names below are links that will bring you to each person’s individual site. Inclusion on this list does not indicate that the individuals listed know me, my work, or that they endorse anything I say — I simply respect their work, and want to offer other great support options if you’re not sold on working with me as an emotional support person, or if you’re looking for folx to work with directly for anti-racism education.

Bunny McKensie Mack

“I'm an anti-oppression consultant, coach, and visual artist using the power of pop culture + satire to envision a future without white supremacy and genderphobia. Just call me the white supremacy detective.”

L’Erin Alta

“I’m L’Erin Alta — Teacher. Healer. Guide. My favorite clients are high achievers who look great on paper, but are secretly thinking, “There’s got to be more than this.” We use intuitive guidance, energy medicine, breathwork and a medicine bag of spiritual secrets to peel back the layers to recover your most sacred, powerful self.”

Rachel Ricketts

“My name’s Rachel Ricketts and I’m a healer, coach and activist currently based in Sweden. My life’s mission is to heal the collective divide by dismantling racist patriarchy, supporting Black + Indigenous womxn through the grief caused by white supremacy and helping us all manifest more joy.”

Catrice Jackson

“Diversity is dead and inclusion is an illusion. So let's talk about what's really creating stress, challenges and barriers for black and brown people. Let's talk about racism. I'm available for interviews, radio segments, panel discussions, anti-racism project management and business and organizational consulting.”

Desiree Adaway

“I’m a consultant, trainer, coach and speaker building resilient, equitable, and inclusive organizations. I hold a vision for people’s lives, workplaces and communities until they can hold it for themselves. The Adaway Group is a black woman owned consulting firm that brings together multi-racial teams to work on projects related to equity, inclusion and social justice.”

Pilar Mejia

"I don’t do ‘spiritual work’. Spirit knows what we need and who we are." Pilar is a Slayer of Domestications, focusing on finding our authentic selves and healing our ancestral trauma, speaking up about white supremacy and racism. She is a cannabis advocate, a no-bullshit writer, intuitive healing mentor, racial justice activist.

Africa Brooke

“A Zimbabwean born writer, speaker, facilitator, and advocate living in London—Africa Brooke is a woman on a mission to get us thinking about holistic self-development, identity, mental health, sober living, and sexuality. She primarily does this by sharing her life experiences here & here, as well as facilitating events and workshops offline.”

Bear Hebert

“I’m a coach for people like you who are seeking individual and collective liberation with smarts and heart. I work with activists, artists and other weirdos to find divergent paths to unconventional success. I use a feminist, anti-racist, anti-capitalist lens to help you situate your personal actualization within a systemic context that accounts for the intersections of privilege and oppression. Speaking of intersections, I'm a white, queer, genderqueer, able-bodied, working class woman from the Southern US.” 

Be Nourished

“Since 2005, Hilary Kinavey, MS, LPC and Dana Sturtevant, MS, RD have been facilitating transformational work that is focused on creating a body-compassionate and weight-inclusive world. Be Nourished is founded on the idea that we are all born feeling at home in our bodies with remarkable instincts to trust and care for them. Body Trust® is a birthright. Our passion is helping people create lives that are body-compassionate, honor our instincts, rhythms, and intuition, and move towards a liberatory and trusting way to be in their bodies and with themselves.”

Andrea Papin, RTC

“My therapeutic style is shaped by my training and continued education, my lived experiences and my belief in our natural orientation toward growth and healing.  My foundation is grounded in a trauma informed and attachment based, feminist approach.”