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Update from the Cross-Cultural Protocols Chair, Sobey Wing

The Cross-Cultural Protocols seat being kept within the YPW Education and Consulting Collective will be continuing the trajectory from August 2020’s People of the Global Majority Caucus with a podcast series hosted by Sobey Wing launching soon. 

Greetings YPW Network and a call to the People of the Global Majority aka Black, Indigenous, People of Color!

A year ago we concluded a month of weekly online sessions with a People’s Assembly that included in its futurisms continuing efforts to forward the momentum we had generated to center rites of passage by and for us. After a year of gestation, a strategy has emerged to do so with a podcast.

I call upon our network and the eyes and ears on the ground to what lies beyond our network to come to join me in conversation so we may discuss what has been happening, what’s coming into being, and what areas we could use support to bring positive initiation experiences to the youth. If you’d like to share with audiences across the globe what you’re up to or can point me towards great guests to feature please drop me a line at sobeyone@gmail.com and stay tuned for upcoming announcements on when the podcast will be ready for listening during your commutes or daily rituals.

Amping! Take care!
Sobey Wing,

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