This week’s #PeopleWorthKnowing interview features Monique Tula, Executive Director of the National Harm Reduction Coalition (NHRC).
Monique has devoted her career to lifting the voices of people pushed into society’s margins caused by capitalism and racial inequity. Central to her belief system is the deep awareness of our interconnectedness, regardless of individual circumstances. Her life’s work is a conscious manifestation of the belief that harm to one is harm to us all. She aims to live each day in the moment, in pursuit of balance, personal growth, and discovery—some days are harder to do this than others.
Mother of Christian, grandmother of Malcolm, and life partner of Adam, she lives in Los Angeles with her family and their two agro black cats, Necro and Mancer.
You can visit NHRCs website by clicking on the logo, below, and links to their various social media pages will be listed below.