Lighting The Path To Equality

A session by Kiki Monifa
Freelance Writer, Editor, CEO of Black History Everyday, Black History Everyday / KikiTalks

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It would be very remiss of us to create an event that addresses Spirit-duality without including a conversation about equality.

When we read Kiki's biography we knew she had the capacity to address this with integrity.

Kiki is a 63 year old woman who describes herself as 'blesbian' a word she has created to honour being black and lesbian. She has a lifetime of dealing with people's 'isms' and clearly sees how this creates separateness and duality.

Through her various projects she speaks out against this type of prejudice and invites her audience to recognise that, although we have differences, we also have a commonality that unites us.

She speaks honesty about her own journey of forgiveness in relationship with her ex-wife and mother of their two teenage children.

Kiki also speaks about the dignity and power of leaders such as Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela and Gandhi who pave the way for us all to rise above these 'isms' and stand together in peace.

Thank you Kiki for this very valuable contribution to the topic of spirit-duality.


Books recommended by Kiki in her conversation:

Acts of Faith by Iyanla Vanzant A Year of Miracles by Marianne Williamson The Untethered Soul by Michael Singer The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz

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