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Owólabi Aboyade

Cultural Organizer

Owólabi Aboyade is a New Afrikan citizen, cultural organizer and multidimensional Detroiter.   He is a divorced father, an Orisha priest  (Ilé Ominira Ilu) with a passion for bringing the liberation lessons of Detroit to global audiences. He is a member of the Institute of Birth, Breath, and Death. In all he does, he brings 20 years of cultural facilitation practice focused on environmental justice, disability justice, and New Afrikan sovereignty against individual and collective modes of colonization. 

He offers personal or small group coaching for those who want support around issues of: Illness (disability justice), Spirit, Masculinity , Creativity (with a focus on writing but willing to explore if it’s a good match for creatives in other genres), Organizing (especially for organizers making or considering major life transitions), and Divorce.

He also offers in-person Tai Chi group work, being authorized to teach introductory Tai Chi under Metaphysical Martial Arts taught by Ajanaku Kambui in the lineage of African Martial Arts.

Owólabi Aboyade
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