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Emotional self care


neith sankofa

An INVOCATION. In the tradition of the Liberatory Elite of our ancestors, the world is waiting for US to announce who we are, what we deserve, and how deliciously we want to receive and BE received. We make our own space by way of our presence. We answer with an embodied sacred yes to that[…]

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get out of the fire

Can you name the first three steps to beating emotionally challenging situations?  Get Out of the Fire (GOTF) is an online learning series designed to inform and provide solutions to everyday people facing daily stressors that lead to burnout – feeling overwhelmed, overworked and over it. Listen as Ayodele and Natasha Harrison share scientific research[…]

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ALWAYS ON: 5 Steps to Finding “Balance” in the Midst of Increased Pandemic Related Responsibilities This is a beautiful opportunity for us to find our balance and harmony. Take a pause and listen while you learn. Neith Sankofa shares a meaningful message of stillness, harmony and centering. This information makes sense for now and the[…]

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spirituality in Black youth

Long before white missionaries came to the African continent to “civilize” African people, our ancestors were practicing a wide array of religions, spiritual practices, and traditional forms of worship. Our ancestors worshiped their own gods, goddesses, and their ancestors. And while many of our traditional religious practices were swept away on both sides of the[…]

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Thank you Change Philanthropy! Our CommunityBuild Ventures’ President & CEO, Natasha Harrison, recently attended the 2019 Change Unity Summit. In addition, CommunityBuild Ventures was a proud sponsor. While there she and the team learned strategies for utilizing power to advance philanthropic equity. Change-makers gathered in heart wrenching and progressive conversations. The collective energy was indicating[…]

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The THRIVE Thomasville Heights initiative was created in an effort to give members of Thomasville Heights access to financial resources to address community concerns. On Thursday, November 21st the participants celebrated the completion of year one of the program. This was in partnership with the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta. Take a look at what[…]

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When you hear the term “self-care” what images come to mind? Most often I hear responses along the lines of a bubble bath, uninterrupted time to binge watch a favorite show, getting nails done, or an afternoon nap.  Yes, these can all be forms of self-care however to get the most benefit from any self-care[…]

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