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Healing Arts from the Borderland

Healing Arts from the Borderland

By Borderland Rainbow Center
The Borderland Rainbow Center in El Paso, Texas, hosts non-traditional, Queer, and Intersectional healing artists who share their healing journey, their experience, and their recovery tools, to help listeners find their own healing from trauma.

www.borderlandrainbow.org/
Facebook @borderlandrainbowcenter
Instagram @borderlandrainbowcenter
Twitter @BRainbowCenter
YouTube www.youtube.com/channel/UCa4GRplymPUJBnfEn9zbPJg
Contact Brian@RainbowBorderland.org

This work is funded by TAASA on behalf of the Department of Justice.
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Norman Liverpool Over the Top Living
Norman grew up Black and Gay, from a Black Church family, attending Catholic Schools in the Southwest Suburbs of Chicago. Bullied by family beliefs and expectations, and called a f@g in grade school when he didn’t even know what it meant, Norman’s journey led him to multiple unsafe situations. Now he has learned to take what has always been unique about himself and he is celebrating it, and encouraging others to find their “unicorn” power! This podcast is part of a project by the Borderland Rainbow Center in El Paso, Texas to bring non-traditional Queer, Intersectional healing arts to survivors of trauma. https://www.borderlandrainbow.org/ Facebook @borderlandrainbowcenter Instagram @borderlandrainbowcenter Twitter @BRainbowCenter YouTube  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa4GRplymPUJBnfEn9zbPJg Contact Brian@RainbowBorderland.org This work is funded by TAASA on behalf of the Department of Justice.
18:49
September 21, 2020
Part 1 Joseph Sanchez Recovery from Harmful Narratives
In his youth Joseph, like nearly all of us, absorbed harmful narratives and beliefs about himself.  These beliefs that we are not worthy lead to all kinds of self-destructive behaviors.  And the limitless taboos that society invents to shame and terrorize us only make it worse.  Joseph found recovery from addiction, and he found his authentic self, his “superhero powers,” when he left unhelpful beliefs and narratives behind.  Joseph fInds recovery from trauma, and he gains love and success.  But his greatest gift is knowing himself and being proud of who he is, and the life he leads. This podcast is part of a project by the Borderland Rainbow Center in El Paso, Texas to bring non-traditional Queer, Intersectional healing arts to survivors of trauma. https://www.borderlandrainbow.org/ Facebook @borderlandrainbowcenter Instagram @borderlandrainbowcenter Twitter @BRainbowCenter YouTube  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa4GRplymPUJBnfEn9zbPJg Contact Brian@RainbowBorderland.org This work is funded by TAASA on behalf of the Department of Justice.
23:16
September 21, 2020
Part 2 Joseph Sanchez Recovery from Harmful Narratives
In his youth Joseph, like nearly all of us, absorbed harmful narratives and beliefs about himself.  These beliefs that we are not worthy lead to all kinds of self-destructive behaviors.  And the limitless taboos that society invents to shame and terrorize us only make it worse.  Joseph found recovery from addiction, and he found his authentic self, his “superhero powers,” when he left unhelpful beliefs and narratives behind.  Joseph fInds recovery from trauma, and he gains love and success.  But his greatest gift is knowing himself and being proud of who he is, and the life he leads. This podcast is part of a project by the Borderland Rainbow Center in El Paso, Texas to bring non-traditional Queer, Intersectional healing arts to survivors of trauma. https://www.borderlandrainbow.org/ Facebook @borderlandrainbowcenter Instagram @borderlandrainbowcenter Twitter @BRainbowCenter YouTube  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa4GRplymPUJBnfEn9zbPJg Contact Brian@RainbowBorderland.org This work is funded by TAASA on behalf of the Department of Justice.
23:15
September 21, 2020