The History of Self-Care: A Revolutionary Act [That Wasn’t In My Textbook Podcast]
We’re warming things back up! New episodes of Balanced Black Girl are coming soon, but in the meantime we’re revisiting some inspiring conversations you need to hear.
This week we’re sharing a conversation I had the opportunity to guest on from the That Wasn’t In My Textbook podcast hosted by Toya Coleman. In this episode, uncover the radical and revolutionary history of self-care. Listen to learn about the connection between self-care and the women of the Black Panther Party, discuss the pretty and ugly sides of self-care, and so much more.
In this episode, we talk about...
- Dive into the history of why the term 'self-care' was coined back in the 1950s.
- Uncover the powerful links between self-care and the women of the civil rights movement and the Black Panther Party.
- Tackle the not-so-glamorous aspects of self-care.
- Self-care tips and tricks that you won't want to miss.
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