Tag: Healer

  • Abdirahim Hassan

    Abdirahim Hassan Abdirahim is the founder of Coffee Afrik CIC, overseeing seven hubs, 17 projects rooted in mental health recovery, culturally, sensitive, problematic drug use projects, a research and litigation lab, two women’s co-ops and a thriving youth hub the busiest in Tower Hamlets. Abdirahim has spent 20 years organising communities campaigning about housing injustice,…

  • Dre Ferdinand (she/her)

    Dre Ferdinand (she/her) Dre is a licensed social worker, artist and therapist, whose practices include movement, energy, sound, soil, and EMDR, modalities that have informed her ‘MESSE’ approach. Her practice framework is rooted in healing, social and restorative justice. Dre’s focus involves aiding individuals and communities in processing and recovering from systemic harm and trauma…

  • Evie Muir (she/they)

    Evie Muir (she/they) Evie is a nature writer and founder of Peaks of Colour – a Peak District-based nature for healing, grassroots community group, by and for people of colour – whose work sits on the intersections of gendered, racial and land justice. As a Northern writer based in Sheffield, Evie is interested in writing…

  • June Bellebono (any pronouns)

    June Bellebono (any pronouns) June is a writer, facilitator and producer – but also an enjoyment aficionado, undiscovered supermodel and always the last person dancing on the dancefloor. A large part of their work is centred on the intersection between grief and queerness and is passionate about curating politically-charged spaces where the light and heavy…

  • Kavian Kulasabanathan (he/him)

    Kavian Kulasabanathan (he/him) Kavian is an Eela-Tamil NHS doctor focused on state violence as a determinant of poor health, understanding (health)care as something we are all in practice of everyday. He is committed to an abolitionist approach to public health in all its forms globally, including materially realising this through supporting both the establishment and…

  • Nonhlanhla Makuyana (they/them)

    Nonhlanhla Makuyana (they/them) Nonhlanhla Makuyana is a Community Economist and one half of Decolonising Economics. Their work seeks to facilitate sensuous understandings of the economy that nourish life by focusing on African diaspora economic thought and practice. Through research, archiving, facilitation and writing, their work builds a bridge between historic and contemporary movements for economic…

  • Sophie Yates Lu (she/they)

    Sophie Yates Lu (she/they) Sophie is a massage therapist who is committed to making bodywork accessible as a healing tool for survivors of violence and trauma. She also works with survivors of violence and other marginalised groups who want to tell their stories and organise together. Issues: Arts and culture Organisation: Planet Repairs Action Learning…

  • Theodora Ndlovu (she/her)

    Theodora Ndlovu (she/her) Theodora is a photographer and visual artist who uses art to tell stories around identity, spirituality and sexuality. Issues: Arts and culture Website.