How can you make empowering choices that honor the past and change the future?
Today we discuss the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921. Julie shares her time spent with Mother Fletcher and Mother Randle, two of the oldest living survivors of the massacre. Their lessons of forgiveness and living your faith bring light to the trauma and tragedy of those horrific days.
When we share our stories, we make space for healing and understanding. We honor our history, and honor ourselves, while breaking the cycles of violence that affect our nation and beyond. Bringing light to the darkness of our past allows space for healing and justice—with reverence, respect, and spiritual support from the Other Side.