Dec 14, 2017
How to engage moral courage to carry torches of justice, beauty and possibility where shadows loom.
In this episode Amisha is in
conversation with author and humanitarian Zerbanoo Gifford -
founder of the Asha centre for young people in the Forest of Dean,
former politician, award-winning activist for social justice,
cosmic networker and total badass force for change.
Zerbanoo shares some of the most shocking and inspiring moments from her decades of pioneering work as a woman of colour in British politics - opening doors for others in the political arena and going into battle spurred on by the moral courage to stand up to hatred and prejudice. She speaks of the absolute importance of beauty and how we all deserve to experience a paradise garden on earth, as well as the importance of keeping a little madness in the mix and the near death experience that changed the course of her life completely.
"We can transform the world by transforming ourselves and being there as an example to other people so they can see that everything is possible." Zerbanoo Gifford