Angelique “Sobande” Moss-Greer received her herbal traditions first from her great-grandmother, who was born into slavery in Tennessee. Sobande is a leading advocate for holistic health and wellness repatriation in the African-American community. She teaches internationally as well as at her school, Natural Choices Botanica School of Herbalism & Holistic Health.

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  1. Hi Sobande! You and I talked last year about your presentation at the AHG Symposium. We are putting together the program for this fall, October 25 to 28, 2018. We are holding the event in North Georgia this year. If you are available and want to talk details, send me an email at pkh@wildhealingherbs.com or give me a call, 706-490-3904. We are hoping to hear from you as soon as possible so we can include you in our emails announcing the opening of registration on May 1.
    Thanks and fingers crossed that you can join us! Patricia Kyritsi Howell

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