Join us for this episode of HoneySoul Radio as we discuss survival strategies for Black Love and it's needed intimacy. It's a new year and we are bringing in the LOVE. Black Love has brought us through the good, the bad, and the ugly. However, the lack of love's intimacy for one another has been misplaced, misguided and almost obsolete in our love progression. We will discuss survival strategies that will increase our love vibe in our love relationships, family and community.
Our guest Dequi-Kioni Sidiki is the co-coordinator of the Sekou Odinga Defense Committee, a member of the NYC chapter of the Jericho Movement for Amnesty of U.S. held Political Prisoners and Prisoners of War. Her 20+ years of organizing includes the fight against police terror violence and murder of Black and Brown people, the criminalization of youth and communities of color, the racist death penalty, mass imprisonment and prisoner rights. She is the wife of Sekou Odinga -Prisoner of War, Mother, Grandmother, Poet, Artist and Activist for oppressed peoples.
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