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Aug 27th SIGNING

Do Better — Rachel Ricketts

Reparations Club

 

WHO & WHAT: An AUTHOR SIGNING + MEET & GREET w/ Rachel Ricketts author of  Do Better: Spiritual Activism for Fighting & Healing from White Supremacy

WHEN: Friday, Aug 27, 2021 from 3 - 5pm PST

WHERE: In-store at Reparations Club (3054 S. Victoria Ave. LA, CA 90016)

HOW: RSVP options below!

 

Free RSVP: Entry-only RSVP, books will be available in-store for purchase while supplies last (first come, first served). 
 
Reserved Copy (In-Store): Book will be held for in-store signing & meet-and-greet with Rachel (select 'Local Pickup' at checkout to waive shipping)

Reserved Copy (Shipped): Can't be there in person? We got you! Leave a note at checkout with any personalization requests and we'll ship to you! 
 

    *NOTE: Proof-of-purchase from Reparations Club required for all signed copies. No personal or outside copies will be permitted for signing. Personalization includes name only, any additional personalization message will be included at the discretion of the author. No exceptions.

     


    Rachel Ricketts (she/her/hers) is a queer, multiracial Black woman. She is a global disruptor, mystic & author of the international bestseller Do Better: Spiritual Activism for Fighting and Healing from White Supremacy. As a racial justice leader, spiritual activist and collective mirror, she helps Black, Indigenous and folx of color heal themselves from internalized oppression, supports white folx unpack their role in perpetuating white supremacy, and helps everyone end global oppression in all forms. Rachel hosts virtual and in-person workshops including her renowned Spiritual Activism series which promotes intersectional racial justice & offers practical solutions for all hue-mxns to dismantle white supremacy. She has helped numerous global brands and organizations with racial justice including Google, WeWork and Buzzfeed and was named one of well+good’s 2020 Changemakers.

    Rachel’s work has been featured in the New York Times, Cosmopolitan, Forbes, People Magazine, The Atlantic, Elle, BuzzFeed, Mindbodygreen, 21Ninety and Thrive. She loves donuts, dancing, disruption and all things metaphysical (ideally all at once).

    Learn more at www.rachelricketts.com and @iamrachelricketts

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