Practicing Tantra with an Anti-Racist Lens

Up until recently, there has been a noticeable lack of Black and Brown faces being promoted as instructors in the field of Western Tantra.


Many of the “teachers” of both modern and classical Tantra in the West are white and have achieved “success” in part due to the structures of white supremacy, implicit bias, and social and financial inequities.


But what impact does only having white Tantra teachers have on the ability of Black and Brown people to access these teachings? And what barriers are there for people of color in not only learning these practices but becoming Tantra Teachers?


Join Devi Ward Erickson and Certified Authentic Tantra Practitioner, Certified Sexologist, and Social Justice Activist, Ahmane Glover as they discuss:


  • What does it mean to be an anti-racist
  • What are some of the ways racism and implicit bias are currently demonstrated in the field of modern and traditional tantra?
  • Why is it vital to address racism and implicit bias in Tantra?
  • The healing potential of these practices, specifically for Black people.
  • How to make these teachings more accessible. 

Tune in for this soul medicine!



About Ahmane

Ahmane’ Glover lives on the edge of intense creative energy. She craves passion, joy and limitless possibilities for personal and communal wellness. When the world says, “give up,” the rhythm of her life says, “create change!” She is a spoken word artist, cultural organizer, tantrika, sexologist and holistic trauma informed facilitator of healing committed to creating innovative strategies to heal social division and ignite social change. Her sacred mission is to activate the power of the arts for communal healing and liberatory movements.

As an Authentic Tantra Practitioner, she embodies the ancient Shangpa Kagyu lineage based wisdom that has been passed on to her by the brilliant Authentic Tantra® teachers.

Connect with Ahmane on her website HERE



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How to Be Anti-Racist by Ibram X. Kendi

Post-Traumatic Slave Syndrome by Joy Dugruy

My Grandmother’s Hands by Resmaa Menakem

Medical Apartheid by Harriet A. Washington

So You Want to Talk About Race?

White Fragility by Robin Diangelo




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