SUMMARY OF EPISODE
In this Feminist Coach Academy episode, our co-founder Cameron Airen interviews Darla Antoine.
Darla is a ghostwriter and copywriter for feminist businesses, thought leaders and spiritual workers. She has a M.A. in Intercultural Communication and a B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication. Darla is Okanagan First Nations and is a spiritual worker who has led many ancestral healing sessions.
In this episode, Darla talks about:
🎧 What drew her to focus on copywriting from doing ancestral healing sessions
🎧 Some examples of what feminist copywriting looks like and the ways it challenges current marketing techniques
🎧 Pivoting and changing your mind
🎧 Having a spiritual business and what spiritual means to Darla
We know how important copywriting is for entrepreneurs, and for feminists, we want to change the game and challenge oppressive marketing techniques. This episode will give you some insight on how to begin doing that.
RESOURCES & LINKS MENTIONED
- The name of the course mentioned in this episode is Feminist Copywriting Certification. To learn more about how to write Feminist Copy from Darla Antoine, you can connect with her via her website or Instagram
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- Join the Feminist Coach Academy pilot classes at a reduced rate
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Note: Since this interview was originally recorded, we were made aware that one of the third parties mentioned in the episode may have caused harm to the BIPOC community. We did not experience this harm firsthand but want to acknowledge the grievances of others and assert that any mention of a third party person, product or training is not intended as an endorsement.
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