This #SafeWordSociety Podcast Series Is Everything

With a new topic each week, Kristen and Lamika discuss the nuances of living, loving and thriving as QTPOC.


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Lamika (left) and Kristen (right)

The weekly podcast, #SafeWordSociety dives into the nuances of living, loving and thriving in NYC as QTPOC. Creator and host, Kristen McCallum, along with co-host, Lamika Young curate interviews and discussions with thought leaders, influencers and everyday people to navigate the authenticity of identity for folks in every level of their journeys.

 

The mission of #SafeWordSociety is to create a safe space in media for versatility and self-definition while uplifting the stories of those that aren't often heard. In Episode 8, which aired on Tuesday, April 25th 2017 and is titled Leading in Love & Lessons of Forgiveness w/ Anyanwu, they speak with a self-proclaimed "Love Activist" about the impact, outcome and healing interventions of PTSD.

 

Listeners got a chance to hear from the Actress, social justice educator, doula and herbalist about surviving gun violence and how trauma enhanced the trajectory of her purpose. Anywanwu openly shares her knowledge about harnessing vulnerability, surrendering to the journey and grounding it all in love. If you ever needed inspiration, this is a great episode to stock up!

 

They have even more amazing guests and topics lined up for Season 2, beginning June 6th, so don't forget to subscribe! And remember to tell your friends that Tuesdays are #SafeWordTues!

Listen to episode 8 here:

 

 

Follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram: @safewordsociety

Email them at: info@safewordsociety.com

Visit their website: safewordsociety.libsyn.com

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