Intentional Well-Being Podcast: Anti-Racism Work with Selam Debs
Dive into a deep topic of well-being and Anti-Racism work with Dianne Bondy and Selam Debs.
Listen in as they dive into a conversation around anti-racism training, experiences they’ve had as Black mothers, and talk about action around anti-racism training vs. systemic change.
Learn how to properly become an ally to marginalized voices, and use your assets to the advantage of others.
Walk away with a more inquisitive mind that ponders the questions: What place can anti-racism take in your well-being and the promotion of well-being to others? How can you begin to include this into your practice of well-being daily? What questions should you be asking yourself and seeking the right answers for?
Selam is a Black Ethiopian queer woman, an antiracism educator, an anti-oppression coach, a social justice advocate, a student in dismantling anti-Black racism, an accomplice in dismantling anti-Indigenous racism, xenophobia, Islamophobia and an advocate in
2SLGBTQ+ & disability rights through an intersectional lens.
She is the founder of Juici Yoga, a yoga and meditation instructor, a restorative yoga teacher trainer, a holistic life coach, a reiki master, and a Lululemon Ambassador.
Selam is first and foremost, A MOTHER and a
practitioner of self-acceptance, self-love, and radical compassion.
Selam’s Antiracism work is rooted in the understanding that we must acknowledge and identify the insidiousness of white supremacy before we can dismantle colonial belief systems. The process of undoing, unlearning and re-educating is necessary for white communities to embark on, to support the healing journey for our racialized communities.
Selam is also a board member of Project UP, Sexual Assault Support Centre of Waterloo Region (SASCW) and Women’s Entrepreneur Centre of Laurier University.