August 30, 2011

Another norm for engaging in courageous conversations and anti-racist activism is No Fixing. I’ve found this easiest to explain with a metaphorical story.

A few months ago I was riding my bike home from work when I was hit by a car. I was going straight and I saw the dr...

August 25, 2011

I wrote and presented the following at an Episcopal Women’s Gathering recently:

I’m going to give a brief overview of our approach to anti-racism work by explaining the norms we operate under. One of the first steps in dismantling racism is self-awareness. For me, as a...

August 22, 2011

Culturally competent leaders can come from all levels of an organization or community. While leaders have the responsibility to move their organization towards positive change, it’s important they recognize they are also learning along the way. Becoming culturally comp...

August 18, 2011

A friend of mine sent me a photo of a poster she saw outside of an elementary classroom yesterday. In front of a colorful collection of crayons it read, “We could learn a lot from crayons. Some are sharp, some are pretty, some are dull. Others are bright, some have wei...

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