Safe, Revered, Supported
A Conversation with Kalimah Johnson
April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, and this week, in episode 6 of #DontMentionIt, I speak with Kalimah Johnson, Founder and Executive Director of the Sasha Center in Detroit. SASHA stands for, "Sexual Assault Services for Holistic Healing and Awareness." We talk about Kalimah's path to founding the Sasha Center, holistic healing, and why creating this space for African-American women, with shared cultural experience from the Detroit area to heal together from the trauma of sexual assault is so important.
Links to support the Sasha Center are in the show notes below.
*Note: Toward the end of the interview, the audio quality suffers some issues, but I chose to leave it all in, because you can make out what Kalimah is saying, and it is all important to hear. Also, I have a very sore throat for the intro and signoff. Thank you for understanding.*
The view expressed by the host in Underestimated: A Podcast are those of the host, and are not those of anyone else, any other entity, any employer, or company.
RAINN National Sexual Assault Hotline - 1.800.656.HOPE
Support the Sasha Center
Sexual Assault Services for Holistic Healing and
@SashaCenter1 on Twitter
@sashacenter on Instagram
Sasha Center on Facebook
“Transitioning” Lee Rosevere
Edited for episode.