The Unconditional Freedom team is comprised of world-class experts the bring a multi-disciplinary approach to operating the organization and providing education and training to people in need. From healers to meditation and yoga instructors, lawyers to chefs, and corporate executives to gardeners and nutritionists.
Contemplative Theater with Rhodessa Jones
Rhodessa Jones is the Director of the award winning Medea Project: Theater for Incarcerated Women / HIV Circle. Rhodessa has been widely recognized for her work using performance art as a method for personal and social transformation with incarcerated women and women with HIV/AIDS, including the Montgomery Fellow at Dartmouth University, the Frank Rhodes Chair at Cornell University, an Artist-In-Residency at the University of Wisconsin, the Mayor’s Art Award in San Francisco, and in 2012 selected by the United States Department of State as an ARTS ENVOY! to South Africa.
In June 2001, her film collaboration We Just Telling Stories, a film profiling Ms. Jones and her work with the Medea Project in the San Francisco County jails, won Best Documentary at the San Francisco Black Film Festival.
Drama Triangle with Lynne Forrest
Prayer with Rev Joanne Coleman
Meditation with Margot Koch
Yoga with Romy Phillips
Conscious Eating with Sheira Kahn
Read more about our meals with Janelle here
Read More about our Tenderloin meals with Aref here
Brown helped to found Greens Restaurant in San Francisco. He and founding chef Deborah Madison wrote The Greens Cookbook in 1987. He is the subject of the documentary, How to Cook Your Life.