This practice will be a meditative exploration in listening to ways to be faithful to our bodies.
Zenaida Peterson, author of “Breakfast for Dinner and Other Blasphemous Things” published by Pizza Pi Press is a mystic, an organizer, a house plant gardener and a Black non-binary poet from the south currently thriving in Boston, Massachusetts. They are the founding director of Feminine Empowerment Movement Slam (FEMS), an all ages radical poetry slam centering marginalized people and celebrating the feminine. Zenaida are prepping for the apocalypse by learning to make plant medicine, engaging in restorative justice and farming. They are a current fellow of the Nurturing Faithfulness Program and a Boston alum of Quaker Voluntary Service where they currently work recruiting and doing equity work. Their current project is spending each month of 2020 conquering a different fear of theirs.