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For The Wild

Ris­ing against grow­ing wealth inequal­i­ty and resource con­sol­i­da­tion, guest Mor­gan Cur­tis asks how we might, rather, shape our world in reci­procity, mutu­al aid, and inten­tion­al com­mu­ni­ty. This week, Ayana and Mor­gan dive deep into the need for repair, heal­ing, and acknowl­edge­ment as we face the his­tor­i­cal roots of mod­ern inequity. Mor­gan cen­ters her work by lis­ten­ing deeply to the call for rad­i­cal change. This heart­felt and expan­sive con­ver­sa­tion calls for us to unlearn the ways racial cap­i­tal­ism has taught us wealth should be passed down. Per­haps the world that we are long­ing for is one where abun­dance is not wealth, but rather right rela­tion­ship — with land, with ances­try, and with each other.

Guid­ed by the call to trans­mute the lega­cy of her col­o­niz­ing and enslav­ing ances­tors, Mor­gan is ded­i­cat­ed to work­ing with her fel­low peo­ple with wealth and class priv­i­lege towards redis­tri­b­u­tion, atone­ment, and repair. As a facil­i­ta­tor, mon­ey coach, orga­niz­er and rit­u­al­ist, she works to cat­alyze the heal­ing of rela­tion­ships with self, fam­i­ly, ances­tors, com­mu­ni­ty, and the land, enabling the sur­ren­der of pow­er and con­trol so that resources can flow towards racial, envi­ron­men­tal, and eco­nom­ic jus­tice. She is in the process of redis­trib­ut­ing 100% of her inher­it­ed wealth and 50% of her income to pri­mar­i­ly Black- and Indige­nous-led orga­niz­ing and land projects. Mor­gan is a res­i­dent of Can­ti­cle Farm, a mul­ti-racial, inter-faith, cross-class, inter­gen­er­a­tional inten­tion­al com­mu­ni­ty in Lis­jan Ohlone ter­ri­to­ry (Oak­land, CA). She is cur­rent­ly a grad­u­ate stu­dent at Har­vard Divin­i­ty School, where she is study­ing the spir­i­tu­al dimen­sion of the repa­ra­tions work required of white people.