Ramelcy Uribe is a Black Dominicana from The South Bronx! She is a youth worker and consciousness-raising educator. You can find her facilitating workshops, healing circles, and supporting curriculum writing at Brown Girl Recovery.
Ramelcy is invested in creating and nurturing spaces where Girls and Women of Color can practice tenderness and vulnerability as radical acts of resistance, love, and healing. As a novice farmer, Ramelcy is currently working on (re)imagining and creating spaces where Black folks can heal & liberate themselves, their communities, and our relationships to land and food.
While attending Haverford College, where she majored in Sociology, Ramelcy realized part of her life’s focus is to make social justice work and education accessible to folks on the margins and to center lived experiences as knowledge & wisdom.
She hopes to continue to imagine, create, and organize to preserve, honor, celebrate, and expand the brilliance her community(s) has to offer.