Is everybody having a Halloween/October hangover or is it just me and my family? To be fair, it’s basically been 61 days of horror and fright since my husband is a Halloween season super fan. Feel free to watch him gush about the holiday genre here (and watch my mouth fall open when he talks about Shudder being one of our most essential utilities after our mortgage)!
And now we are in November which I am leaning into the NO of a whole lot. My booster and flu shot are helping me from saying yes to much this week, and I’m really working on letting my no be no and my yes be hell yes!
MORE FOR YOU THIS WEEK…
November also kicks off Native American Heritage Month. Really excited about this list of documentaries streaming from PBS (especially one called Playing for the World - A Unique Look at a Native American Female Basketball Team). How are you planning to learn or unlearn in this month (and beyond)?
For those of you challenging the often incredibly inaccurate ways Indigenous peoples are taught about in schools, this 5-step guide from Kaitlin Curtice is worth a look.
I know many of you found me way back in the day through Rachel Held Evans. Her new book comes out today, thanks to the hard work of her husband, Dan and friend, Jeff Chu. I have no doubt it will be incredible and will also really make me miss my friend.
Have you watched this yet? What do you think???
I loved loved loved this interview with Issa Rae about the final season (and entire series) of her show Insecure.
“Every moment is an organizing opportunity, every person a potential activist every minute a chance to change the world.” - Delores Huerta
Stay wild and holy and free,