This is one of the most profound shows I have ever had the privilege to be a part of.  I just love where we went and where we ended up.  Jardana Peacock is a beautiful, inspiring soul with a fierce courage for bringing to light that which lies hidden in darkness.

Jardana is a writer, spiritual activist, founder and educator at the Liberatory Leadership Project, which works to bring spiritual, mindful and holistic practice more centrally into justice movements. She leads workshops, trainings, Liberation School and consults with organizations all over the world. Author and curator of the “Practice Showing Up Guidebook” an anthology for white people working for racial justice, this 2016 resource has been downloaded over twenty three thousand times.

Jardana has worked with hundreds of changemakers and dozens of organizations globally, helping to found the U.S. based network, Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ), training a global field of changemakers through her role at the Highlander Research and Education Center and currently in consulting and supporting nonprofit leaders in New York, London, Mexico City and other urban and rural centers.

Jardana lives with her partner and their two children in Louisville, Kentucky.