Richael Faithful


In this episode, it kind of felt like we were chatting next to a fire pit, and that is due to the warmth that my next guest exudes.  In this conversation we talk about trust with a capital T, they explain what folk healing, conjure and hoodoo is, and they teach us how to use doubt as an ally.  I think you will feel like I did, that this special soul holds a space that is soothing, deeply nourishing, and peaceful but don’t take my word for it, experience it for yourself, so grab some tea and sit down with Richael Faithful, this week’s confident healer.

Richael Faithful is a writer, Black multi-disciplinary folk healing artist, healing justice strategist, complex conversation facilitator, community lawyer and, a visionary creative who calls DC and Virginia home.  Their writing has been nationally featured in The Root, Everyday Feminism, Huffpost and has contributed to several anthologies, notably Lambda Literary award nominee, Outside the XY: Queer, Black and Brown Masculinity, and Justice: Re-Imagining Land, Food and the Commons. Their work also appears in the Black Trans Prayer Book an anthology that was released this past June.

Contact Richael Faithful:

IG: @richael_faithful_folk_healer

Youtube: Richael Faithful (Richael has uploaded new meditations!)

Music: New Day by Tokyo Music Walker Stream & Download :​ Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0, Tokyo Music Walker: , Produced and Edited by Sharmila Mali

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