African-Centered Wellness Bill of Rights
I have a right to Spiritual Wellness and to live my life in a way that honors that I am a child of the Creator.
I have a right to Physical Wellness and to have access to safety, food, housing and health care to keep my body strong.
I have a right to Emotional Wellness and to have a safe place to share my feelings and deal with anger, trauma, grief and fear.
I have a right to Social Wellness and to have a community that supports my dreams and my spirit so that I never have to suffer or celebrate alone.
I have a right to Academic/Intellectual Wellness and to have an opportunity to gain the practical and technical knowledge that I need to achieve my greatest potential as a human being.
I have a right to Vocational Wellness so that I can work in a job that brings me joy and fulfills my Divine Purpose on this earth.
I have a right to Financial Wellness and to be debt free, financially stable and independent so that I can take care of myself, my family and
my community in the manner in which I desire.
I have a right to Cultural Wellness and to be recognized for who I am and for where I come from so that my language, spirit, values and culture will be honored and nurtured as a unique strength that I possess.
I have a right to Murua. Respect. Balance. Wholeness. and Shared Power.
I have a right to Abundant Life.