About The Practice
Healing curation is the skilled imagining, preparation, and facilitation of a group healing experience. These experiences are designed to be experiential and meet specific individual and communal needs. Richael's curation is known to be powerfully creative and evocative.
Richael is also part of the Oxalis Collective, with Miriam Zoila Pérez & Karen L. Culpepper, which offers more capacity for healing curation, especially for conferences and gatherings. Learn more.
Presenter, Cosmic Mass at the Washington National Cathedral (February 2018).
Co-Facilitator, Sex Workers Community Summit on Arrest Diversion and Criminal Justice Reform, Open Society Foundation (August 2017).
Facilitator, at Unlearning Stigma, Gaining Magic Summit with HIV public health group, NASTAD (June 2017).
On-Site Healer, Black Youth Project 100 National Convening (June 2017).
On-Site Healer, Duke University, Policing Color: Black, Brown and Blue, Provost Forum on Race, Community, and the Pursuit of Justice (March 2017).
Liberatory Healing Circle Facilitator, Emerging Philanthropies (September 2016).
On-Site Shaman & Workshop Presenter, Warmth of Other Suns Conference for Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance (August 2016).
Richael is a compelling writer who publishes healing-related essays, creative non-fiction, poetry, and cultural analysis. To read more, see below for their selected work and reach back if you'd like Richael to contribute to your publication.
This premium newsletter provides healing-related guidance, insights, and tools based on a theme every other week. HealingTools is intended to complement your existing supports, by speaking more in depth about how to practically navigate what is coming to surface.
Tonic: A Healing Advice Podcast
- Tonic: A Healing Advice Podcast with The Oxalis Collective (September 2017).
"The Future Is Here: First Nations & Black Sovereignties in a New Era of Land Justice," Land Justice: Re-Imagining Land, Food and the Commons (June 2017).
The Hourglass of White Paralysis, Huffington Post (February 2017).
4 Ways To Stay Grounded After the Election, Everyday Feminism (December 2016).
"My Name Is Dirt," Outside the XY: Black and Brown Queer Masculinity (August 2016) Lambda Literary Award Nominee.
[Healing] Repair Processes
This offering emerged from more requests for support with restorative and accountability processes for movement groups.
Richael has successfully designed both restorative and accountability processes that are rooted in healing justice principles.
Design may include suggestions about the nature of repair, creation and mapping of a process, preparatory support, and post-meeting or process report/archive, and process facilitation (case-by-case basis).
Need 1-on-1 Spiritual Support?
Earlier in 2017, Richael paused their 1-on-1 support to birth the healing curation practices and create a futuristic and sustainable model to support the work. They wholeheartedly recommend AfroMajick for intuitive support. Please reach back if you need further guidance on individual shamanic support.