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CATALYST PODCAST

Catalyst Podcast 

Catalyst Podcast is an inclusive, spiritual podcast that prioritizes black and indigenous healing while combatting socialized and internalized oppressive mindsets. Within this space of decolonizing, Catalyst taps in ancestrally, intuitively and with a community base approach to disrupts oppressive paradigms. My mission is to help others create safe & healing spaces that are inclusive and reduce harm for black + indigenous women+ and femmes.

 

Listen to Catalyst on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts! 

Featured Guests & Episodes

Catalyst is so fortunate to have amazing guests appear on the show. A special thank you to all the guests who come onto the podcast and share their beautiful wisdom and support black & indigenous healing and liberation. Check out some featured guest and episodes, below!
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Rachel Ricketts 

Rachel Ricketts (she/her/hers) is a queer, multiracial Black woman. She is a global disruptor, mystic, media consultant and author of the international bestselling book Do Better: Spiritual Activism for Fighting and Healing from White Supremacy.

Check out her interview where we talk about healing from internalized oppression, unpack their role in perpetuating white supremacy, and help end global oppression in all forms. 

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Melinda Lim

Melinda Lim (she/her/hers) is a Supreme lawyer of the witch realm and
Priestess of decolonized healing.

In this episode Nike sits down with Melinda, also know as, the Legal Witch. They dive into the current paradigm, protecting your intuitive business, decolonization and more! Check out this amazing episode down below.

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Veronique Porter

Veronique (she/her/hers) is CEO and Lead Educator of Ampersand Workspace a place to turn anti-racist & gender-inclusive values into action.

Join us for this episode where we talk about the importance of inclusivity and intersectionality, and educating yourself to build better communities.