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We're Not OK: A Community of Healing

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Ep9: Say Her Name
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Hosts Justin Stewart and Dr. Antija Allen are joined by Dr. Rassheedah “Eda” Watts. The “Inclusive Community Architect”, Dr. Eda is an activator, helping organizations and individuals build capacity for stronger communities. We take a dive into the parallels of Anti-DEI and Anti-Racism, “Academic Black Table Talk”, her 2023 title “Black Womb Dialogues” and more.


Dr. Rassheedah Watts is an activator, helping organizations and individuals build capacity for stronger connected communities! As a 3-time first-generation college student, she motivates individuals to move from the mental confines of I can’t do I will. She is an award-winning Diversity Strategist, educator, producer of the Diversity Minute televised series, and author of the book How to Be an Ally and Create Inclusion Using the A.C.A. Pillars: A 3-Step Approach to Effective Allyship.

With over 20 years of experience in both the public and private sectors she’s led many organizations in achieving notable firsts in the diversity, equity and inclusion landscape. She was instrumental in leading an organization in achieving its first national diversity award in its 50-year history. In 2020 she helped establish a nationally designated Truth, Racial healing, Transformation Center in the state of Minnesota.

Dr. Rassheedah’s earned the distinction of recruitment into the United States Speaker Program, representing her expertise internationally in collaboration with U.S. embassies and consulates.

When engaging audiences, Dr. Rassheedah masterfully elevates honesty with heartfelt human connections that inspire courageous action!

Wife, mom to a 12-year-old son, and cat mom to Loli and Tuxie.

To learn more about booking her for your next event, visit and stay Connected on YouTube at Dr.Rassheedah, or via Instagram at ActGiant

Follow/Connect on LinkedIn: Dr. Rassheedah "Eda" Ed.D., The Inclusive Community Architect®

Events/Projects: New Book! Black Womb Dialogues: A Poetic Intersection of Womanhood and Blackness

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