Gwyneth Paltrow

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Summer with my
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Remembering beautiful @nayarivera today. Getting to sing in this trio with her was such a special moment. I am in utter shock and disbelief that someone so full of life and passion and talent is no longer with us. And completely heart broken for her family.
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Happy Father’s Day to all of the dads out there. Sending you all love
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I want to thank Latham (@glowmaven) for taking over my IG yesterday. Latham beautifully and fearlessly wrote about protecting Black bodies from conception, the Black Maternal Health Crisis, and the way the current wellness industry needs radical change to amplify, lift, and support Black wellness leaders who are doing profound work in the space. We stand with you @denisevasi @cleowade @mynameisjessamyn @ericachidi @pendajai @trinitymouzon @lalahdelia @gutbliss @chelsealovesyoga @_tinaj_ @celsious_social @sinikiwe.stephanie @maryamajayi and the many other incredible voices we’ve been lucky enough to work with over the years. We have so much more to do to make the wellness space more inclusive, and I’m personally thinking of big, impactful ways we can move the needle that I hope to share with you soon. Latham and I are chatting today on Instagram Live at 3 pm PST. Please join us. And if you have a favorite BIPOC wellness leader, please drop them into the comments.
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The #ShareTheMicNow community thanks you for tuning in yesterday.  Today, we are asking you to show up. Do you know what happened to Breonna Taylor? On March 13, 2020, Breonna Taylor was fatally shot by Louisville Metro Police Department officers. The officers were searching for two people who were already in custody. Neither person lived there. Three officers --Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly, Detective Brett Hankison and Detective Myles Cosgrove -- forced entry without knocking or announcing they were officers. They used a battering ram to knock down her door and then fired more than 22 times. Breonna was hit with eight of those bullets. Breonna was killed. None of the officers have been fired, arrested or charged. They were able to enter her apartment with a No-Knock Warrant. Today, we are asking you to fight for Breonna by following the three calls to action in the images above. Thank you for joining us this week. Thank you for listening to Black women. Thank you Black women for your labor of love. And thank you all, for being part of the change that can only happen when we deeply hear each other’s voices. Let’s #KeepSharingTheMic. #JusticeforBreonnaTaylor #BreonnaTaylor #SayHerName
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@GlowMaven #SharethemicNow I just want to thank you all for receiving me today. I want to thank the goddess GP for entrusting her platform and community with me. I want to thank you all for your attention. This day was so incredibly powerful.. to see everyone engaged in listening and sharing brings me joy and also hope for that is possible when we come together collectively for a cause. This is my last post here but it's not the last you will hear from me. Tomorrow we will be making a collective action with #sharethemicnow at 2pm ET so stay tuned. Gwyneth mentioned my new book "OWN YOUR GLOW" is coming out this Tuesday in paperback. Please support and spread the word. In this moment when we all need respite, this book is healing salve. I wrote it to remind us to slow down, and embrace self-care as a pathway to empowerment. Its full of rituals, reflections and practices and journal friendly. You can swipe stories to get yours! I want to remind us of some actions (full lists in stories) and feel free to chime in below with your takeaways: 1. Amplify diverse voices in wellness - support black wellness practitioners and black-owned wellness companies (see more in stories) _ 2. The Black maternal health crisis is a human rights issue - fight for birth justice for the improvement of black maternal health - align with and support black birth workers. Become a doula if you feel called or sponsor a birth doula in training at @mamaglow or another black-owned business centering this issue. (see more actions in stories) _ 3. Support the Movement for Black Lives. We are here in this moment because of all of the black lives lost. We lift Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and their families. Use your platforms, your voice your ability to show up to make a difference. As painful as it is navigating this time, we are built to make it through. Remember to be tender with yourself. Remember that in order to show up you need to rest, reflect, take care. Please consider your boundaries, what you’re consuming and what’s consuming you. Self-care is critical right now. Big love to GP & the community! Passing the mic back to you Gwyneth!!!! xo @glowmaven #sharethemicnow
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@GlowMaven #ShareTheMicNow - A doula is a person who is trained to assist a birthing person during the experience of childbirth. A doula provides continuous physical, emotional, support as well as education and advocacy for a mother or birthing person before, during and shortly after childbirth.I started my journey in birth work because of my own incredible birth 16 years ago at Elizabeth Seton Childbearing Center in NYC. Since my son was born its become increasingly more difficult for birthing people to have out-of hospital births. In some states, home birth is illegal. If COVID-19 has taught us anything, it’s that our medical system is fragile and fraught with gaps. We need more birth centers, we need to make home birth more accessible. We need freestanding maternity centers. We need more midwives and doulas. Our nation has built systems against midwifery and it’s time to change that. The first midwives in the USA were Black Granny Midwives who arrived during chattel slavery with ancestral wisdom & alchemy from an array of African cultures & their rich traditions & rituals for prenatal care. Black Granny Midwives are an integral part of American history that many are unfamiliar with. Over time when the nascent field of obstetrics was developing, legislative action combined with racist propaganda was used to change an entire health care system and decimate the birth village. Contributing to the development of health & reproductive disparities that persist to this day. I am inspired by our ancestors who did this work. Who laid a path to carry us forward. Their work guides me to serve as a doula and educator in our community and in institutions around the USA and internationally. ((Continued in comments))
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@GlowMaven here #sharethemicnow _ The Black Maternal Health Crisis is a human rights issue. America is failing when it comes to supporting birthing people, especially black women. I want to share stories of two personal friends @bizmacthe3rd and @4kira4moms to help folks understand that we aren’t talking statistics, we are talking lives. _ Amber Isaac, a young 26-year old black woman from the Bronx, died shortly after giving birth via emergency C-section on April 21st. She suffered from abnormally low blood platelet levels, which inhibited her blood from clotting. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, she was receiving remote care via video meetings instead of in-person appointments. Had she been in for blood tests, her providers would have noted that her platelet levels had been falling since February. Amber had HELLP syndrome which is characterized by a breakdown of red bloods cells, elevated liver enzymes and low platelet count, but she hadn’t been diagnosed until April 20th. _ Amber tweeted on April 17, "Can’t wait to write a tell-all about my experience during my last two trimesters dealing with incompetent doctors at Montefiore," referencing the hospital. She had a looming feeling and dreamt that she would not survive the birth. She died three days later giving birth via C-Section her son Elias Isaac McIntyre. She was under general anesthesia and never got to meet her son. She was neglected and fell through the cracks of the healthcare system. Being left untreated for months lead to her cause of her death. Her partner Bruce is now raising their baby and navigating new parenthood while seeking justice for Amber. _ Charles Johnson’s wife Kira had a similar story, Kira went in for a routine c-section only to have been left to bleed internally for 10 hours. When she was finally brought back in to surgery she passed away. The doctor didn’t even stay to tell Charles and their family….These are black women whose lives were tragic lost due to medical negligence. This is unacceptable. This is dedicated to Amber Isaac and Kira Johnson and so many others who should still be here. Their lives mattered. xo @GlowMaven
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BLACK LIVES MATTER. The movement for black lives is about preserving BLACK LIFE. There are real systemic barriers to the safety and preservation of black life. It’s about dismantling a system that is unfit to serve black and brown birthing people. _ In the U.S., maternal mortality and morbidity disproportionately affect Black women at a rate 4-5 times greater than white women. In New York City, Black women are 8 to12 times more likely than white women to die as a result of pregnancy & birth-related causes. In U.S there is a complex history of racial and ethnic bias that renders women of color and black women especially vulnerable during pregnancy, birth and the early postpartum period. Its not an issue of race, its racism. There are systemic inequities that lead to such disparities: poor access to adequate health care and insurance, medical racism, food deserts, red-lining and lack of intra-community resources, lack of generational economic mobility. Medical racism means black women are often neglected, micro-agressed, under diagnosed, untreated, dismissed, and perceived to have a higher pain tolerance than white women. This belief dates back to the 1700s in medical journals that described enslaved black women. Black women are statistically more likely to experience comorbid illnesses and pregnancy complications, including higher rates of hypertension, asthma, placental disorders, gestational diabetes and preeclampsia. These factors are exacerbated by the lived experience of racism. Chronic stress and intergenerational trauma impacts our health and wellbeing. Higher education, economic stability and access to prenatal care improves the birth outcomes for white women but these factors don’t protect black women from maternal mortality, just ask @SerenaWilliams who nearly died after her daughter's birth. We should all be furious that Black women are dying from preventable pregnancy-related causes. Until black maternal health is front and center as a human rights issue- it will only be seen as a black issue. If you consider yourself a feminist, an ally- this is your issue too. This is a problem for all of us. See stories for more. xo @Glowmaven
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Wellness is a 4.2 trillion dollar industry today. With new products and services entering the space almost daily. A growing number of women of color are establishing businesses and personal brands in the wellness space. Many of them are reclaiming their ancestral traditions that have been co-opted, appropriated, repackaged and sold online and in shops around the globe. _ I’ve watched the wellness industry grow from the fringes to the forefront and I’ve also watched how even more exclusive it became. For years I would be the only black speaker or person of color invited to conferences or to speak on panels, and sometimes the only woman. The same for yoga spaces and meditation. I’ve been offered way less money to do the same job for something that I was over qualified for, which many black and POC wellness practitioners can relate to. There are so many over qualified teachers, speakers, leaders, who don’t get the recognition for their brilliance because they are black, or because of their size, etc. Its time to not only make space, but make room - accommodate, celebrate and compensate. _ While there are so many amazing companies and brands founded by black women and POCs, I wonder if you can name 10 such brands. It is really hard for businesses to scale when men get the lion's share of venture capital, with only 2% going to U.S.- based female-only founder teams. Of that 2%, women of color get only a fraction. And black women get even a tinier sliver. So even if you have an incredible business there are barriers to growth beyond your control. _ That is why the first of today’s actions is for you to identify 10 black-owned wellness brands (these can be personal brands or companies), and start supporting them. Follow them on Instagram, (you can even tag some of your favorites below) join their mailing lists, purchase their products and services. If you have the ability to feature them or amplify them through media - do it! Next, lift brilliant black wellness leaders, pay for their products and services interview them for your media outlets, hire them for consulting, keynotes and panels. Invest in us. #sharethemicnow
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Hi GP family, I’m @GlowMaven, founder of @Mamaglow. Thank you for being here today and for receiving me. I have dedicated two decades of my life to a career path in wellness. Self-care is my ministry and I’ve used my platforms and influence to lead in a space that has been dominated by white leaders. I grew up in Oakland, CA and currently live in Brooklyn, NY with my 16 year-old son @fulanosworld. My birth with him was the inspiration for my company, Mama Glow. At Mama Glow we serve as support along the childbearing continuum, offering doula services for folks through pregnancy, birth, postpartum and during abortion and loss too. In addition to serving birthing people, we also run an incredible doula training program in NYC, LA, Miami and Paris. Since COVID-19 we have offered the game-changing Mama Glow Doula Homeschool online. We are so thankful to teach hundreds of people globally and our community is diverse in student body and in leadership. As maternal health and birth activism is central to our work, I will be sharing and educating about some things we should all know about the maternal health crisis in our country and specifically how it affects black women. I am focused on the preservation of black life from birth, so I will be talking not only about the challenges we are currently facing but also how we can seek solution together and dismantle the systems that keep black and brown people from living fully expressed lives. I am also here to speak about diversity and inclusion in wellness. This is a space that owes a lot to people of color and we can individually make a great impact and help advance black-owned wellness businesses and entrepreneurs in a tangible way and I’d like to point out some ways we can diversify and amplify. Gwyneth mentioned my book, OWN YOUR GLOW, which comes out in paperback on Tuesday. The book is rooted in self-care principals, ritual, meditation and reflections, its healing salve for this moment we are in, I can’t wait for you to dive in. #sharethemic #ownyourglow #mamaglow #glowmaven #lathamthomas
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Today, I #sharethemicnow with Latham Thomas, a doula and founder of women’s health company Mama Glow. I admire Latham’s dedication to education and advocacy, and we can all learn from her 20+ years of experience in fertility, pregnancy, birth, motherhood, and reproductive justice. Latham’s book Own Your Glow: A Soulful Guide to Luminous Living And Crowning the Queen Within is available in paperback on Tuesday. For the rest of today, I hand over my Instagram to @glowmaven for all her wisdom. Let’s welcome her with open arms. Xo, GP
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Tomorrow. #sharethemicnow
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On Wednesday, June 10, I will #SharetheMicNow with another voice. Listen in. Thank you @missmoultrie for the artwork.
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Today @campaignzero is launching #8cantwait, a list of 8 policies, when combined, have the power to reduce police violence that results in death by up to 72%. These policies can be changed immediately. They are common sense and easy to understand ideas regarding use of force that will make our communities safer. This plan is simple but not small -the impact of these policies will save lives. I am supporting #8cantwait, and I urge you to join me. We need to fly to mayors offices across the country with clear demands that these policies be enacted immediately. We simply can’t wait- too much is at stake. These changes can be made right now. Your mayor has the power to change them immediately, but we have to make the demand. Go to 8cantwait.org to take action with me today!
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If you feel compelled to comment “all lives matter” in response to this post and you’re not a bot (which you probably are), nor an agent provocateur trying to create instability and division in our country, you might want to consider that you are reacting from a blind spot of white privilege. Saying “all lives matter” is a denial of how dangerous it is to simply live as a black person in America. “All lives” do not live in fear of getting killed simply because of the color of their skin. #BlackLivesMatter. Here are some ways to join me in taking action. ⁣ Donate:⁣ @bailproject, a national jail fund that fights racial and economic inequalities in the jail system⁣ ⁣ @blackvisionscollective, a social justice organization and legal fund based in Minneapolis–St. Paul⁣ ⁣ North Star Health Collective provides health care and other resources to activists and organizers on the ground: https://www.northstarhealthcollective.org⁣ ⁣ @NAACP Legal Defense Fund, the country’s first human and civil rights law firm⁣ ⁣ @aclu_nationwide provides a broad range of legal services for civil rights issues⁣ ⁣ @Colorofchange, the nation’s largest online racial justice organization.⁣ ⁣ Campaign Zero, an organization outlining guides and resources about civil and human rights legislation: http://joincampaignzero.org/
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In heaven this lazy Sunday morning reading Always Home, a beautiful and unique memoir of sorts, with food as a central character. I adore how @fannysinger writes her recipes in prose with loose instructions, it’s so charming and beautiful and it’s theme is perfectly apropos (to say the least). @alicelouisewaters what a beautiful mother you are. Brava to you both
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Brand new LA business @mayday_la delivering the best most super fresh fish, seafood, and other treats @kronnerburger
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I can’t believe I’m actually writing these words but... happy sweet sixteen my darling girl. You are the light of my heart, you are pure joy. You are wickedly intelligent and you have the best, most dry, most brilliant sense of humor. I have the best time being your mom. I love our nightly evening chats when I really get to hear what’s on your mind. You work hard to get whatever it is you want to achieve, and you have grit and responsibility in spades. I am so damn lucky to be your mother, you beautiful, kind young woman. Thank you for choosing me. I adore you to the moon and back a zillion times. I’m sorry you are having this particular birthday during these circumstances, but as always with you, you find the best in everything.
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Yesssssss my order of @brooklynroasting arrived today️If you like drip coffee and are now making it at home all the time, do yourself a favor...This amazing small company is very special and we all need to support our favorite independent businesses at this time. What are some of your favorite small businesses? Do share. Looking for tips.
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Left over Mother’s Day quiche and a hodgepodge of other stuff, some slow roasted tomatoes, some roasted red peppers with anchovies (one of my favorite quick sides) and a bright green salad
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For ten years, I was honored to serve on the board of Robin Hood, NYC’s largest poverty-fighting organization. In response to COVID, I am joining Rise Up New York to support @robinhoodnyc’s newly formed Relief Corp, a fund which has already distributed $17M to 250 NYC nonprofits. We are calling all big hearted New Yorkers to donate $10 to provide emergency support through food, housing, and more. As the virus hopefully starts to subside in the coming months, we will need each other more than ever, especially in NYC, my old hometown (which still has my heart). Link in bio.
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We have taken our wellness summit, In goop health, digital and gratis so that is accessible to everyone during this time. We will be hosting live sessions on youtube every week for the foreseeable future with amazing thought leaders, healers, and experts. Elise kicked it off last week with a session with the amazing intuitive healer @danachildsintuitive (check it out on @goop’s channel ICYMI) and today it’s my turn. @juleshough will take us through her incredible @kinrgy work out which is equal parts dance, meditation, breathwork and strength training. See you at 12 pm PST on youtube live (link in my bio).
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Burger bandits. @bradfalchuk #brodywest @americanbeauty.la #thewindow
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This guy@derekblasberg. Happy Birthday my sweet. I wish we could or even just but I will settle for from afar.
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Today’s chop was of the grilled variety. I coated these ingredients in evoo, salt and pepper, then grilled in my little grill pan: chicken breast, zucchini, asparagus. Then chopped them up to a nice bite size. Meanwhile I blistered two bell peppers directly on the burner til charred, let them rest in a paper bag, then peeled/seeded/chopped. All went on a bed of romaine with scallions (which i also wanted to grill but I forgot) and chiffonade of basil on the zucchini. You could use any veggies you like, really. You could throw in canned beans, too. Any vinaigrette would work but I used an anchovy one (great with roasted peppers). Left over crab from the other day went great with cocktail sauce on the side.
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Introducing, In goop Health: The Sessions. The Sessions are our first digital series of In goop Health. Over the past several years, we’ve brought together a community of seekers and it feels more important than ever to connect to one another now. Every Wednesday starting today, @goop’s Chief Content Officer @eliseloehnen will host a one-hour wellness session with expert practitioners and world thought leaders we admire on youtube live. There will be workshops, workouts, intimate conversations, and tools for navigating this time. More information on goop.com/ingoophealth. Link in bio.
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@Lyft is doing incredible work in response to the COVID19 crisis. They created the #lyftup program, a network of 500 partners to provide free access to transportation for vulnerable communities and frontline workers who need to get to work or go to the grocery store. @WCKitchen (a charity close to my heart) is one of the partners in the #lyftup network and Lyft is supporting their volunteers and staff with critical rides. visit www.lyft.com/lyftup. #lyftup
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Swingin Saturday night! It’s ON, people!
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In an effort to focus on organizations providing food assistance, I have joined the #allinchallenge which is raising money for @mealsonwheelsamerica, @nokidhungry, @wckitchen, @feedingamerica and @americasfoodfund. I am donating a dress I wore to the Oscars (and that holds great sentimental value!) which I will personally hand to you over a cup of tea or a glass of wine. Go to allinchallenge.com to bid as 100% of funds will go to help Americans currently experiencing food insecurity. I love you @garyvee for being part of this. I now challenge @drewbarrymore @camerondiaz and @lakebell.
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Growing up on East 92nd street in Manhattan, Mt. Sinai Hospital was always our neighborhood hospital. We have welcomed many babies into the world from its halls, including my son Moses in 2006. The hospital needs support as clinicians are caring for the influx of Covid-19 patients as well as searching for a vaccine. The healthcare workers at @mountsinainyc has been saving and protecting lives so if you can give, scan this code on your phone's camera or directly donate at  https://flowto.it/SDcMXtH2y #MountSinaiStrong