Talyce Ketura

Talyce Ketura

Occupying Multonomah/ Chinook land, Talyce Ketura (they/she) is co-founder of the BIPOC Sanctuary, a pop- up healing pace that centers QTBIPOC from a framework of transformative justice and community engagement. They are a full- spectrum birth worker, herbalist and ritualist who is dedicated to sharing tools for embodied healing through the use of somatic technique and metaphysical release. Talyce is a community builder who aims to generate social equity through the reclamation of womb sovereignty, culture & traditions through a lense of active decolonization and with a centralized focus on intergenerational healing.
Talyce will be sharing a two part series class on the History of Race & Reproductive Justice: An Intro into Racial Disparities within the Birthplace and Tools for Advocacy & Allyship.