Greetings fellow travelers in recovery!
Do you struggle to embrace your racial identity despite working the steps in recovery? Are you new to the rooms and feel anxious about how to navigate your journey as a person of colour?
As amazing as 12 step recovery is, many of us have experienced racism in the very rooms where we’re trying to heal. As we struggle to find ourselves, inter-racial sponsorship, white dominated meetings and outreach calls can expose conscious and unconscious racism. Without support and a deeper understanding of the insidious nature of racism, this can block our healing leaving us isolated and ashamed of our identity.
My name is June Allen and my recovery journey took me on a deep exploration around the link between racism and addiction. I learned that many of us are not just addicted to our primary substance or behaviour, but the desperate need to escape the pain of living inside our black and brown bodies under the system of racism.
This work had such a powerful impact on how I show up in the world, I’ve now been teaching racial sobriety for the last 6 years. On the 1st June 2019 was my 9th sobriety birthday and I could think of no better way to celebrate than to host a live virtual conference for people of colour in recovery.
As this was the first one, we focused on the, ‘First things First’ slogan with foundational topics and how to include racial sobriety as a priority in your recovery.
Come and experience the power of racial sobriety to bring a deeper level of self love, hope and unapologetic celebration of our culture and humanity!
If you would like a free taste of the conference, you can download the 5 shares and 1 masterclass below, with love, from me.
The power of cultural top and bottom lines.
Self Acceptance and Food addiction.
Unworthiness and Underearning.
Trauma, codependency and relationship addiction.
How to start a POC meeting in your primary fellowship.
PURCHASE THE FULL REPLAY BUNDLE.
9 WEB CLASSES.
5 RECOVERY SHARES.
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