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Episode 19: Teni Adewumi

Teni Adewumi has spent the last six years advocating for and educating black women on the hidden dangers found in the ingredients of personal care products. Using her background in industrial hygiene, health sciences, and as a PhD candidate at the University of California, Los Angeles, Teni is at the grassroots level working to find better solutions to limit the negative health impact of cosmetic products predominantly used by women of color. 

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Episode 18: Kim Lewis

There will likely come a time when the only person who believes in the true worth of your business is you. That’s what happened to entrepreneur Kim Lewis. Kim and her husband, Tim, owners of the natural hair care product line, CurlMix, knew their company’s worth going into the popular business reality TV show, “Shark Tank.” So when they were offered a fraction of what they knew their business was worth, they declined the offer.

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Episode 17: Christina Arenas

Some things should be sacred, like our home spaces, our rituals, and the things we feed our bodies. Christina Arenas, one of our artisans and creator of Blue Sage Eco Boutique, works to cultivate body-friendly, hand-poured, soy wax candles that are affordable and easily accessible to everyone who desires to live a healthier, more intentional lifestyle.

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Episode 15: Annie White Brown

There isn’t a lot of regulation for what goes into mainstream personal care products and how they’re labeled, so it’s really important to know there are people who are in our corner and producing products that will not only benefit us, but help us thrive.

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Episode 14: Dr. Crystal Jones

Dr. Crystal Jones decided to be the change that was needed in healthcare, religion, and wellness. She redirected the focus of her practice of chiropractic, reiki, energy medicine, yoga and birth and death doula work towards cultivating experiential learning with individuals and companies that have interest in shifting the spaces that were initially created to “heal broken people” into spaces that evoke conscious conversations, advocacy and boundaries.