Sheree Lovemestiza Brown is a woman of many colors. She is an herbalist, and is rooted in traditional indigenous medicine of her mixed ancestry. Her medicine is a direct reflection of her roots, with ancestors guiding the way. Her passions reside in working with plants, youth, and women all across the spectrum. She is an artist, a writer, a poet, and creative. Sheree has been invited to read poetry and speak on panels at numerous universities and has taught and provided workshops for youth with Lighthouse Writers and other organizations, and has coordinated after-school programs on the east side of Denver. Sheree holds degrees in Africana Studies and English Literature, and is a certified Permaculturalist (sustainable systems design).
Sheree is an advocate for and believes in: Reproductive Justice. Restorative Justice. Womb-wellness. Healing. Herbalism. Natural & Ancestral Medicine. Ancestral Healing. Healing from Trauma. Collecting and preserving seeds. Nutrition. Food as Medicine. Food Justice. LGBTQ Rights. Birth Work. Empowerment. Embodiment. Evolution. Her proudest achievement thus far is bearing the seed of her first child, her first daughter, Solana Molina Brown.
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