Lori Robinson is a journalist, social entrepreneur, and the founder and executive director of VidaAfrolatina, an international women’s fund that mobilizes and connects resources with Black and Afro-descendant women's groups addressing sexual violence in Latin America. Rachel Johnson-Farias is a lawyer and the founder of Esq. Apprentice, a nonprofit seeking to change legal education in California and eventually the nation by providing legal training to nontraditional law students of color. Tune in to hear how Lori and Rachel are creating a world where Black women and girls are free to flourish, how they prioritize wellness and self-care as founders, and the ways the philanthropic sector can better support intersectional movements for social change.
Please note that this episode contains discussion of sexual assault (15:35-19:00). Listener discretion is advised.