Born in Burkina Faso, Malidoma is the foremost teacher of African spirituality in America. Here, he discusses race, masculinity and how indigenous traditions are relevant to modern society." />
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Born in Burkina Faso, Malidoma Some is the foremost teacher of African spirituality in America. Here, he discusses race, masculinity and how indigenous traditions are relevant to modern society. With Waylon Lewis, editor of elephantjournal.com, at Briar Rose, an eco, Zen-owned B&B (just across the street from Naropa University).
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