Healing justice is the first step a Black person can take to walk fully, and powerfully in our Blackness. Additionally, it is an integral part of the broader work that so many Black-led organizations do to build healthy movements in communities across the nation. “Black liberation is the healing piece,” said Healer Bianca Edwards, founder … Continued
This summer, the Black Freedom Collective (BFC) and Community Change launched F.U.L.L. — For Us, Learned and Liberated.
For Black and brown renters working two jobs to earn the minimum $17/hourly needed to afford one or two-bedroom apartments in Louisiana, the financial burden is immense. Natural disasters and the recent actions of local energy company Entergy, makes living and thriving even harder for Black and brown families in the state.