Formerly known as the Healing Justice Podcast, irresistible is a media archive of powerful practices for healing & social justice from 2017-2020.

Feminist Futures Political Education Series: Healing Justice

In Session 5 of Feminist Futures, we join Cara Page, Tamika Middleton and Susan Raffo — leaders in the movement for healing justice — and discuss the importance of restorative healing right now. ABOUT FEMINIST FUTURES: ABOUT WOMEN’S MARCH:Women’s March harnesses the political power of diverse women and their communities to create transformative social […]

TransVisible: The Black Trans Prayer Book

J Mase III is a Black trans queer poet and educator based in Seattle, by way of Philadelphia. He is the author of And Then I Got Fired: One Transqueer’s Reflections on Grief, Unemployment, and Inappropriate Jokes about Death and founder of awQward, the first ever trans and queer people of color specific talent agency. He co-edits […]

A new theology of survival for the Black trans community

J Mase III is a poet, an educator and a self-taught theologian. He is also a black trans man whose work is focused on the intersection of faith and social justice. This has led him, along with Lady Dane Figueroa Edidi, to create a new theology, the tenants of which are laid out in the […]

What is Healing Justice?

Habari Gani, my good people?! Happy Healing Justice! There’s been much talk about Social Justice, Self-care, and the Politics of Healing this year. Healing Justice, Emotional Justice, Restorative Justice, Transformative Justice, Chet, Al, and the rest of ’em. But like, what does it even all mean?????? What exactly is Healing Justice? Well, Brother West said, […]


In our final conversation for Season 3, Caitlin spoke with Prentis Hemphill. The conversation touches on complicating innocence and guilt, transformative justice practices, movement culture and patterns and much more. Check it out. Prentis Hemphill is movement facilitator, Somatics teacher and practitioner, and writer living and working at the convergence of healing, individual and collective transformation, […]

Healing Justice as Cultural Organizing

What is the glue that binds our resistance work? How does healing justice fit into our resistance for the long haul? We sat down with Kifu Faruq of the Icarus Project to discuss healing justice as a foundational part of organizing and activism work. As we’re witnessing the philanthropy field moving more funds towards healing […]

34 Trauma, Healing, & Collective Power with generative somatics

Episode is available at original source link. This week, we’re listening in as a brilliant crew from generative somatics has a powerful conversation about trauma, oppression, healing and organizing for structural change. They dig into the connections between personal, collective and structural transformation, and between healing and building collective power. They also explore the term […]