Jardana Peacock

Jardana is a writer and a spiritual activist. She is author and creator of the Practice Showing Up: A Guidebook for White People Working for Racial Justice. She has worked with thousands of changemakers globally to address trauma through an anti-oppression lens.

Over the span of her career she has helped to found seven social justice organizations including the U.S. based network, Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ). She served as lead facilitator and curriculum designer for trainings on anti-racism and social justice at the Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research, U.S. Social Forum, to the Highlander Research and Education Center and more.

She is the founder and co-coordinator of Liberation School, a healing and spirituality school for changemakers. Liberation school is the first global healing and spirituality school located in the southern US.

Her writings on the intersection of spiritual health and social justice been featured in the SouthWrit, Mother, Huffington Post, Feminist Wire, Elephant Journal and other online publications.

She is based in Kentucky.

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