Shamayim “Mama Shu” Harris is a woman of many talents and she’s lived what seems like many different lives. Mama …
June Tanoue, co-founder of the Zen Life and Meditation Center of Chicago, volunteered to teach mindfulness meditation to women at the Cook County Department of Corrections (CCDOC) in Chicago. June’s work has helped the women in CCDOC see their value and purpose, to recognize that they are not the sum of their mistakes, and has helped them realize they are good, beautiful, and powerful beings – that they have the power to make a positive change in their lives and in the world. June truly is a 1 Girl Revolution and she continues to transform women’s hearts and minds through the power of meditation.
Rachael Denhollander was the first woman to come forward and speak out publicly against USA Olympics team doctor Larry Nassar. Rachael paved the way for over 500 other women to come forward and together they brought Nassar to justice. Rachael is an attorney, advocate, educator, and author of the new books “What is a Girl Worth?” and “How Much is a Little Girl Worth?” You don’t want to miss this incredible episode of the 1 Girl Revolution podcast!
Detective Kim Bogucki, co-founder of The If Project, joins the #1GirlRevolution podcast to talk about her life, work, and time in law enforcement, how the If Project came to be, more about the If Project’s incredible work, and so much more.
The If Project is an innovative partnership between law enforcement, currently and previously incarcerated adults, and community leaders to build commonality, reduce misperceptions, and serve as a deterrent to recidivism and future incarceration.
Meagan was homeless, living out of a car, and suffering from alcoholism. She ended up in rehab and was able to turn her life around. Meagan is now sober and helps other women find hope, happiness, and healing on their road to recovery.