Catch Your Breath (#1)

On May 25, 2020, George Floyd died under the knee of a White Minneapolis police officer while handcuffed and lying face down.  His death spurred local protests which expanded nationally and then internationally.

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Behind the Scenes:  Coming to Terms with Fragility & Privilege (#2)

This week's blog focuses on White fragility and White privilege from the perspective of Amy Hageman, an Associate of Leading Consciously.

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Free Resources for Learning About Antiracism (#3)

Are you looking for reliable sources of information on race and racism in the workplace, your community organization, or among your friends?

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Broken Hearts - Open Hearts (#4)

This week’s blog is about the momentous change I have witnessed over the last two weeks in White people’s awareness of systemic racism.

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A Rose by Any Other Name is Still a Rose:  Why Labels Matter (#5)

What's better, Black or African American? If it's okay to say "people of color", why not say "colored person"?

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Don’t Just Sit There, Do Something! Part 1 (#6)

How can one person make a difference?  Macro action-oriented approaches are all viable options, but personal actions can be more meaningful.  But what is right for you to do?

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Don’t Just Sit There, Part 2:  Initiate the Change You Want to See (#7)

"When you see something that is not right, not fair, not just, you have to speak up. You have to do something." —Representative John Lewis

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