here to heal podcast, episode 14: the importance of language justice and healing

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In today’s episode, I’m speaking with Ada Volkmer (she/her) and Monse Ramirez (she/they) who have come together through interpreting, language work and supporting social justice in Asheville, NC. Language justice is a tool that is used for connection, where someone doesn’t have to be afraid or feel shame around finding the “right word” and can speak freely with someone who understands them. Ada and Monse share their stories of experiences with language barriers, finding communities that resonate with their authentic selves, the importance of self-care and how they share their gifts with their communities.


RESOURCES:

CENTER FOR PARTICIPATORY CHANGE:

https://www.cpcwnc.org/

Se Ve Se Escucha PODCAST:


Se Ve Se Escucha IG: @seveseescucha

ANTENA HOUSTON:

https://antenaantena.org/antena-houston/

ANTENA LOS ANGELES:

https://antenaantena.org/antena-los-angeles/

LA CURA PODCAST:

https://mijente.net/lacura/

HEIRLOOM COUNSELING WEBSITE:

https://www.heirloomcounseling.com/

HEIRLOOM COUNSELING PODCAST EPISODE:

https://www.heirloomcounseling.com/blog/episode14

HEIRLOOM COUNSELING ONLINE OFFERINGS:

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