84. Ancestral Healing and Wisdom with Dalia Zada

This week’s guest is Dalia Zada. Dalia has a MA degree in Nonprofit Leadership & Management from the University of San Diego’s School of Educational Sciences. She is a Kurdish muslim with parents who immigrated from Kurdistan to the US in 1992 and her work in advocacy is influenced by her identity as a Kurd and my true passion lies in poetry and story-telling. She wants to use her degree to be a leader in education and transform America’s K-12 public education system to be equitable and representative of all identities. She is also a teacher and founded an art program at her school, teaching Visual Arts & Art History to 7th and 8th grade students. As a teacher, she strives to create a curriculum that represents BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) and moves away from the eurocentric teachings that have dominated the narrative of America’s education system. Her goal as an educator is for youth to use diverse forms of art as a tool for social justice and to promote individual and collective healing.

In this episode we cover the following topics:

- Indigenous Kurdish ancestry

- Ancestral healing

- Connecting with nature

- Healing ancestral grief

- Medicine Stories

- Healing with nature through plants

- Faith and spirituality

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