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The Diversity Gap: Mindful Antiracism with Faitth Brooks

The Diversity Gap: Mindful Antiracism with Faitth Brooks

In this episode of The Diversity Gap Podcast, Bethaney sits down with Faitth Brooks, author of her newly released book, “The Anti-Racism Journal: Questions and Practices to Move Beyond Performative Allyship.”


  • Grappling with activism being “trendy”

  • Mindfulness and slowing down enough to know what’s really going on when racial triggers arise

  • Mindfulness for Black folks who are navigating a racialized society

  • Creating peaceful places for Black women to rest and thrive

  • The need for DEI leaders to revamp how we talk about our work and checking-in to make sure our policies are creating the changes we want to see

About Faitth Brooks:

Faitth Brooks is a writer, speaker, activist, and podcaster. She earned her Master’s degree in social work and a certificate in women’s entrepreneurship from Cornell University. Faitth is a social worker and advocate for those in need. She lives in Hyattsville, Maryland.

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A More Beautiful Way
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A More Beautiful Way is an exploration of what it takes to slow down, create sacred space, and bring healing hearts, minds & bodies to the work of social change.
Following a life-altering "dark night of the soul" experience of professional grief and burnout, podcast host Bethaney Wilkinson set out on healing journey to discover a more rooted, authentic and seasonal way to live. This podcast is an unfolding collection of conversations on the need for slow, sacred living as a healing pathway for some of the biggest challenges facing us in modern times.