Author: Safiah

Author: Safiah

Time for Self

In this episode, Atlanta-based SDE facilitator and education entrepreneur, ANTHONY GALLOWAY II, speaks on moving past the mental aspect of self-care over to the literal practice. You'll also learn about two Atlanta events in support of Self-Directed Education, both of which Anthony is playing a major role in bringing to the city. Also, the Jamaican [...]
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Rhythm

In this episode, Virginia-based entrepreneur and creative being, Yolonda Coles Jones, talks about deschooling and self-care through the simple practice of noticing. #POCinSDE Yolonda Coles Jones is a creative spirit [be.]ing whose current primary work it is to raise four free people -- two daughters and twin suns: ages 10, 8, 4 and 4. Simultaneously, [...]
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Activity+Activism

In this episode, Atlanta activist ZAHRA ALABANZA talks about how her bike and her passport give afford her the messy divinity of mothering and activism. #POCinSDE Zahra is a life enthusiast. She is a mother, organizer, creative and adventurer. A project starting, wandering, overlover and outdoor junkie.  She utilizes space curation, outdoor adventure, food justice, [...]
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Radical Self-Expression Manifesto

If you are just starting out on the path to self-expression, this book will reflect aspects of your own story. Use that reflection to create a strategy for ownership and expression of your voice. Whether in your home, in your vocation, or simply in your mirror, you are entitled to the full knowledge and expression of your uniqueness. This book will remind you of that.

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Self-Expression for Young Girls

  Another post from my space on EverydayFeminism.com Before Kris and I made the decision to become location independent unschoolers, our daughters attended public school. Like many other public schools in Georgia (and I imagine across the United States), there wasn’t a real separation of church and state. Assumptions were made about beliefs — meaning […]

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