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We cannot deny the inextricable link between life and breath. Yet most of us aren’t breathing fully, and some of us struggle for the right to breathe at all. Just as we are unconscious in breath, we are also unconscious in life. We rarely think about the very thing that keeps us alive. This class empowers folks to explore their full spectrum breath. To tap into their own breath for deep healing, deep self-knowledge and radical self care. This class is especially aligned for BIPOC and anyone working in activism, community building and/or wanting to dig deep with anti-racism work.
Solonje is a community leader, humanist, space holder, and co-founder at Humble Bloom where it is her mission to give the underrepresented a seat at the table in the cannabis industry and beyond. She believes that we can shatter stereotypes, structural inequities and biased business practices through culture curation and by providing strategic branding and hiring, advocacy and inclusive purpose driven community experiences. Solonje sits on the Cannabis Control Industrial Advisory Committee at Excelsior College, is an advisor and member of the Virtue Project’s Business Equity Council, an Advisory Board member at CRUDE as well as a Green Rush Program mentor. She was recognized as 15 Women to Watch in the CBD Industry in Marie Claire and Culture Magazine’s Five Cannabis Entrepreneurs to Watch in 2019. She has spoken at PopSugar Playground, NECANN and Yale Business of Legal Cannabis Conference. Solonje has been featured in publications and podcasts including Thrive, Forbes, The Fold, Black Enterprise, Refinery29, Vogue, VICE, WGSN, Cheddar, Skunk, Women & Weed, Miss Grass, Maria and Jane, Supermaker and more. She produces events and festivals for conscious companies, hosts nightlife parties, as well as programs music at membership clubs. Solonje is a brand positioning + equity consultant and political activist speaking out on equality and human justice. She facilitates weekly healing and wellness experiences at Frequency and hosted the show Radical Self Care: Cannabis, Wellness & Activism on Afropunk. She is also a member of Demo Crew and the Resistance Revival Chorus – born out of the Women’s March.