Tue, Feb 23 | Online Event

Resiliency to Rise from the ashes

In honor of Black History Month, join us for a powerful live conversation and Q&A with Grandmother Sangoma Oludoye.
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Resiliency to Rise from the ashes

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Feb 23, 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM EST
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In honor of Black History Month, join us for a powerful live conversation and Q&A with Grandmother Sangoma Oludoye.

Grandmother Sangoma Oludoye is a Sacred Activist, Traditional Yoruba priestess, Custodian of the Ancestors, and a daughter of the Cherokee Nation. Sangoma has brought Cultural Arts Education and Spiritual Midwifery to a beautiful myriad of communities from Unity, Maine to West Palm Beach, Florida. Spiritual Midwives are Guardians of All gates of passage between Life, Death, and Rebirth. Sangoma walks in humility toward the seat of Agbasanko, an Elder with integrity in concert with many peacemakers, bridgebuilders, and Lighthouses!

Grandmother Sangoma’s spiritual and cultural leadership work includes Art of Mentoring, Vermont; Freedom Ga., Earthpath Education, Asheville, NC; BIPOC Shared Leadership, Nature Connection Network; Keeper of the Ancestral Fires, Earthskills Rendezvous and Firefly events; HE Igberohinjade, Oyotunji African Village, African Theological Archministry Elder, Advisor, Otun, Ile Isese, at Fafa's Earthmothers, Sacramento, Calf.

Sangoma is a wife, mother of three daughters, and 12 amazing Grandmasters. A traditional Yoruba priestess, Afin chief, and member of the Egbe Moremi, National African Women’s Society in the Kingdom of Oyotunji African Village, located in Sheldon SC. North America’s oldest, authentic African community was founded in 1970, Sangoma met Oyotunji’s founder and Father of the Cultural Restoration movement in 1969 at the age of 12.

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