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L4L Recommends: Quarter Two 2023

Updated: Dec 12, 2023

Here are all of the recommendations we shared with our newsletter in Quarter 2 of 2023. To receive all of our recommendations and other insights, make sure you've signed up for our newsletter. You can subscribe right here on our website.

Show About Race Podcast

podcast art for the show about race

Co-discussants Anna Holmes, Baratunde Thurston, Raquel Cepeda and Tanner Colby host a lively multiracial, interracial conversation about the ways we can’t talk, don’t talk, would rather not talk, but intermittently, fitfully, embarrassingly do talk about culture, identity, politics, power, and privilege in our pre-post-yet-still-very-racial America. This show is "About Race."

Global Justice and Inequality video by Diversity Equity Inclusiveness Consulting

Global Racial Hierarchy video by Diversity Equity Inclusiveness Consulting

Foundations in Somatic Abolitionism

somatic abolitionism course

Somatic Abolitionism is an embodied anti-racist practice and process of culture building. These events offer a foundational base for developing the skills to cultivate somatic abolitionism personally and communally.

Disarming Whiteness

disarming whiteness course

A 6-part live virtual intermediate-to-advanced series for participants who are white. This is the course Lauryn took and referenced in our blog post "The Role of White Bodies in Liberation Work."

Community by Peter Block and John McKnight

cover of community by peter block

This book reports on voluntary, self-organizing structures that focus on gifts and value hospitality, the welcoming of strangers. It shows how to reweave our social fabric, especially in our neighborhoods. In this way, we collectively have enough to create a future that works for all.

In Community, John McKnight and Peter Block show that we have the capacity to find real and sustainable satisfaction right in our neighborhood and community.

Rest is Resistance by Tricia Hersey

rest is resistance book

In Rest Is Resistance, Tricia Hersey, aka the Nap Bishop, casts an illuminating light on our troubled relationship with rest and how to imagine and dream our way to a future where rest is exalted. Our worth does not reside in how much we produce, especially not for a system that exploits and dehumanizes us. Rest, in its simplest form, becomes an act of resistance and a reclaiming of power because it asserts our most basic humanity. We are enough. The systems cannot have us.


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