TNP87 Tada Hozumi on the Body, Shame and Money

56 minutes

Tada Hozumi is an activist, body-centred therapist, street dancer and radical entrepreneur. His passion is helping social justice communities cultivate allyships founded in the principles of healthy relating: mutual nourishment, emotional self-responsibility, and wholehearted consent.

In today's episode we give a couple of shout outs to the project brought us into each other's sphere, Turtle Tank – the radical entrepreneurship incubator created by Ije Ude and Samia Abou-Samra. We love them and their work! Highly recommended.

We also reference:

 
Tada's Selfish Activist work: 
 
 
 
Shayna Isreal's essay:
 
 
and we've both been influenced by Nora Samaran's article (though I don't think we talk about it explicitly here, we do talk about rape culture):
 

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