GODDESS TALKS WITH SYMA KHARAL, FEAT. NATASHA WILSON
NOVEMBER 30, 2020
In this enriching and empowering interview, Natasha shares lessons and wisdom of transforming rage into your sacred right to devoted self-care, Divine Feminine power, receptivity, supportive community, deep joy and Queenly abundance.
RACE AND PLACE WITH NATASHA WILSON, NOVEMBER 5, 2014
Natasha Wilson moved to Maine in 2012 following the tragic death of two of her brothers. She talks about how her experience of racism has been shaped by the different places she’s lived, and how she was unprepared for the alienation and hostility she has experienced in overwhelmingly white states like Iowa and Maine. We also discuss the history and underpinnings of white privilege and the idea of whiteness as a social construct.
Hi my name is Natasha and I’m trained as both a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) and a cultural anthropologist (PhDc) and I blend the skills I have gained in both these fields to work with individuals and communities to realize and connect with their inherent strengths. I operate from a philosophy that people have the ability to recover and heal and the power to do so lies within them and my job is simply to facilitate that process. You are the answer!