Faitth Brooks is a writer, speaker, social worker, activist, and co-host of the Melanated Faith podcast. She has served as the director of programs and innovation for Be the Bridge and as director of women’s empowerment for Legacy Collective. In all her work, Faitth Brooks is crafting a communal space where Black sisters can explore rest, tenderness, and softness. Her new book is Remember Me Now: A Journey Back To Myself And A Love Letter To Black Women. In this episode, she joins Jonathan Rogers to talk about code-switching, making the reader feel seen, and the relationship between peace-making, peace-keeping, and disruption.