Growing up as a little black girl in America, the founder of Black Wholeness Collective (BWC) experienced countless cycles of depression and decided to do something about it. No longer accepting brokenness as her reality, she took the first step on her journey to wholeness. Thus, birthing this platform.
Black Wholeness Collective was created as a call to action due to the torment, tragedy, generational curses, and/or hardships we have encountered or will encounter along our journey in life. On the other side of depression awaited a real calling…to help descendants of the African Diaspora heal, deal, and evolve past surviving in the face of being black in America. In short, this community is for us, by us. The platform will seek to explore healing through our mind, body, and spirit.
- This is ours | We as a community know what we best need for ourselves so this platform will serve as a safe space and launching pad to navigate our own healing through exclusive content, deeper conversations, and other resources we see fit including research and metrics on things that are or aren’t working for the BWC community.
- We can do this together | Wholeness is a daily commitment just like drinking water is essential to our lives. By launching BWC, we plan to unlock valuable connections and provide you with fresh ideas and practices to take into your daily life. Surviving is no longer good enough. It’s time for us to thrive as a people.
Through our platform, you’ll be able to purchase healing-themed merchandise, access BWC specific content, and engage in conversations with like-minded people who share common interests in being made whole. Community creates accountability partners. Our goal is for you to walk away being able to make better and more well-informed decisions about how to deal with pain, hurt, tragedy, hardships, discouragement, depression, and/or things that no longer serve you. We look forward to seeing our community swap stories, experiences, and ideas around our shared mission. We can accomplish more together than ever apart.
“For while the tale of how we suffer, and how we are delighted, and how we may triumph is never new, it always must be heard. There isn’t any other tale to tell, it’s the only light we’ve got in all this darkness.” James Baldwin
Let’s Be Made Whole!