Discussing relational practice, race, & more with Dr. Froswa Booker-Drew

Harriet and Dr. Froswa Booker-Drew both draw on Relational Cultural Theory (RCT)  in their every day work. With RCT as a foundation in this podcast, they explore relational practice, race, teaching, and writing as a public scholar.

Overview of Dr. Booker-Drew’s podcast: “Dr. Froswa’s Tapestry is about bringing people together to explore the rich, woven textures of our narratives. Our stories are impactful and in listening to the stories of others, we learn more about our own power, claim our purpose and pursue our passion. The fabric of our lives as women is strong, resilient and when we come together, we can make a beautiful piece of work to inspire, support and sustain our personal and professional lives. Although designed for women 50 and above, the wisdom shared is ageless. Join us as we share, laugh hysterically, cry, and keep it real all at the same time.”