Sacil Armstrong


For more than 20 years, Sacil (Suh-SEEL) Armstrong has connected people and opened minds, getting people from very different backgrounds to come together for common causes. As an Equity and Embodiment Enabler, her motto is no blame, no shame, no guilt because blaming and shaming get in the way of learning. She uses evidence-based self-care techniques that not only make us feel good, but also increase our mental and emotional capacity to handle difficult conversations about topics like racism and oppression. She uses facts to bind the past to the present and helps clients implement practical and effective changes for social justice.

Sacil is the founder of Inspired by Indigo, an online community where she guides members through a proven 4-step process to make equity a habit. Making change is so much easier with the support of community. You can find her online at


  • Making equity a habit instead of a goal
  • Social justice
  • Anti-oppression
  • Anti-racism
  • Self-care
  • How to have difficult conversations
  • Creating change with baby steps


  • Why is making equity a habit more effective than having equity as a goal?
  • You’ve broken the equity habit down into four steps. What are they?
  • How can you have joy when doing anti-oppression work?
  • Why is self-care important for social justice work?
  • How are baby steps effective for social justice?
  • Are anti-racism and anti-oppression the same?
  • What is your system for having difficult conversations?

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