Gina Gold is an Afro-Jewish eco-feminist and animal activist who has dedicated her life to empowering and protecting living beings and the environment. Her goal is to help educate the public on its deep connection to nature, and how we can manifest positive change within ourselves. She lives in the Bay Area of California with her daughter who inspires her everyday.
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Arianna is an almost 18 year-old African American woman about to graduate high school who loves her suburban life, the smell of meat cooking on the stove and dancing with her sister Alexis and mother. She is very much attached to the skating rink, her friendship with Natalie and her own academic achievements. She is concerned only with being a champion skater and being the pride of Laurelton, Queens. She feels like she is responsible for her father's death and sees it as a blemish on her record of being perfect. She secretly hates herself for (read more here... https://www.blogtalkradio.com/mitchell-productions/2020/04/07/on-air-with-gina-gold--author-feminist-and-eco-activist).