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Who I am

My name is Breeshia Wade

I am the author of the 2021 publication, Grieving While Black: An Antiracist Take on Oppression and Sorrow, which was rated one of the best 9 books on grief, and is currently required reading in multiple university graduate courses.

 

My background and training as a Zen Buddhist chaplain employed by hospices and hospitals inform my approach to using grief as a tool to dismantle systemic oppression.​ Anti-racist work is grief work.

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What I believe

I believe in Elemental Grief™, a model of grief that includes fear of (future) loss.

 

When advocating for DE&I, the unexplored fear of loss faced by those who are losing the benefits of privilege must be addressed to alleviate the grief of those who experience systemic oppression.

Anti-racist work is grief work.

What I do

 I help professionals and organizations transform the grief that comes with losing social privileges for the sake of equity into the power to create effective anti-racist and DE&I practices.

What I offer

Certificate programs

Executive coaching

Speaking engagements

Workshops

Consulting

Dry Plants

Ready to make anti-racism a part of
your life's work?

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