What does pleasure have to do with human rights? How do we incorporate play and joy into our work of challenging violence and discrimination? Tune in this week to discover how to use play, joy, fun, and pleasure in the fight for sexual rights. We’re discussing how we can help people not just accounting for the harm they face, but also focusing on diverse sources of pleasure they want to experience, and how we can bring these two ends of the spectrum together.
How does the loss of a family member to a tragedy like 9/11 affect your ability to lead? How can you stay grounded in love when working on challenging issues like abortion and HIV/AIDS? Tune in this week to discover the resilience and focus it takes to survive personal tragedy and continue serving the most marginalized people in your community. Terry is sharing the most significant things she’s learned in her fight for reproductive and health equality and how we need to ground our leadership in these turbulent times.
How would your life change if care became the central organizing principle of how you do your work? Lydia Alpízar Durán has led the way in terms of diverse leadership and integrating diversity, care, and sustainability for the WHRD who are fighting oppression, so tune in to discover the realizations and perspective shifts she has had over the years, and the practical steps she has implemented in her organization to bring people together and build a collective capacity to respond.
Are you considering a significant work transition? Perhaps you’re a founder looking to leave your beloved organization in search of new challenges. Or maybe the baton of an organization and mission is being passed to you. Join us this week to discover how to carry out big leadership changes with breath, love, and grace, even during times of global crises. We’re discussing the reality faced when a founder decides to leave an organization, and how to bring forth leadership from within so that an organization can continue to move forward and do the important work of social justice.