Rachel Cargle

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  • Public Academic, Writer, and Lecturer
  • Founder and President, The Loveland Foundation, Inc.
  • Philanthropic Innovator and Entrepreneur
  • Regular Contributor to The Cut, Atmos, and Cultured Magazine



Public academic, writer, entrepreneur, and philanthropic innovator Rachel Cargle is a thought leader in the spaces of social justice and equity, intersectionality, mental health awareness, and accessible learning through ground-breaking social ventures. Cargle is the Founder and President of The Loveland Foundation, Inc., a non-profit offering free therapy to Black women and girls. Under her umbrella company, The Loveland Group, she has created The Great Unlearn, a self-paced donation-based learning community, The Great Unlearn for Young Learners, an online learning space for young folks launching in 2022, and Elizabeth’s Bookshop & Writing Centre – an innovative literacy space designed to amplify, celebrate, and honor the work of writers who are often excluded from traditional cultural, social, and academic canons. As a keynote speaker, Cargle is highly sought-after for her insights on the history of race and its present-day impacts, intersectional and inclusive feminism, and values-based goal setting for individuals and organizations.

Cargle and her work have been featured in The New York TimesInStyleGlamourHuffington PostThe Washington Post, The New Yorker and Forbes. She is a regular contributor to The Cut, Atmos, and Cultured Magazine. In addition to her TEDx Talk Coming to Terms with Racism’s Inertia: Ancestral Accountability, Cargle has appeared on TIME100 Talks, Red Table Talk, NBC News Now, and more. Her signature public lecture Unpacking White Feminism has been featured on campuses around the country including American University, Yale, and Harvard, and Cargle has spoken at Apple, Spotify, and Facebook. Her upcoming book with Penguin Random House, Beyond Love and Light, A Memoir and Manifesto on Reimagining, centers the reimagining of womanhood, solidarity, and self, and how we are in relationship with ourselves and one another.

 

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Unpacking White Feminism

In her signature lecture, Rachel Cargle explores the history of feminism through the lens of race. Uncover layers of unlearned details, revealing the problematic effects that white-centered activism has had on the past and present of the feminist movement and action items you can take to be more int ...

In her signature lecture, Rachel Cargle explores the history of feminism through the lens of race. Uncover layers of unlearned details, revealing the problematic effects that white-centered activism has had on the past and present of the feminist movement and action items you can take to be more intentional and inclusive.

Ascend

A refreshing shift from simple goal setting and resolutions, Rachel Cargle helps audiences align around what truly matters within their unique life experiences, and explore how they can show up for those values in everyday life. Cargle guides audiences toward developing a reflective and insightfu ...

A refreshing shift from simple goal setting and resolutions, Rachel Cargle helps audiences align around what truly matters within their unique life experiences, and explore how they can show up for those values in everyday life. Cargle guides audiences toward developing a reflective and insightful map that will connect them with their highest values and the softer, more intuitive versions of themselves that deserve priority.

 

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This eye-opening lecture explores the various ways that race plays into the everyday lives, structures, and experiences of people living in the United States. By both teaching often untaught history as well as fleshing out the modern manifestations of what we often think of as “left in the past,” th ...

This eye-opening lecture explores the various ways that race plays into the everyday lives, structures, and experiences of people living in the United States. By both teaching often untaught history as well as fleshing out the modern manifestations of what we often think of as “left in the past,” this lecture will ignite critical conversation among audiences.

Our Time, Our Voice

In this motivational lecture geared toward audiences of color, Rachel Cargle uses historical exploration, educational outlines, and meaningful affirmation to inspire participants to find courage and confidence in their voice and lived experiences. ...

In this motivational lecture geared toward audiences of color, Rachel Cargle uses historical exploration, educational outlines, and meaningful affirmation to inspire participants to find courage and confidence in their voice and lived experiences.

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Rachel Cargle is an Akron, Ohio born writer, entrepreneur, and philanthropic innovator. Her work and upcoming book with Penguin Random House centers the reimagining of womanhood, solidarity, and self, and how we are in relationship with ourselves and one another. In 2018, she founded The Loveland Foundation, Inc., a non-profit offering free therapy to Black women and girls.

Her umbrella company, The Loveland Group, houses a collection of Rachel’s social ventures including The Great Unlearn - a self-paced donation-based learning community; The Great Unlearn for Young Learners – an online learning space for young folks launching in 2022; and Elizabeth’s Bookshop & Writing Centre – an innovative literacy space designed to amplify, celebrate, and honor the work of writers who are often excluded from traditional cultural, social, and academic canons.

Cargle and her work have been featured in The New York TimesInStyleGlamourHuffington PostThe Washington Post, The New Yorker and Forbes. She is a regular contributor to The Cut, Atmos, and Cultured Magazine. Rachel lives & loves in Brooklyn, New York.