In Episode 4, HWB Executive Director Denise Cusack speaks with Ola Obasi of Well of Indigenous Wisdom School and HWB Puerto Rico. They discuss ongoing relief and recovery from hurricane Maria, honoring indigenous wisdom, respecting local customs and culture in our work, decolonizing volunteerism and herbalism, community building, and herbs as a spiritual practice. This is an episode you don't want to miss.
Find out more about Ola's classes at Well of Indigenous Wisdom, her work, Omaroti, HWB Puerto Rico, and more: https://www.wellofindigenouswisdom.com/
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