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Mark Hays & Jean Latting

From Hardship to Allyship: The Value of Chronic... (#21)

Mark talks about his continuing commitment to racial justice. He is that remarkably rare White person willing to take on true allyship. 

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Mark Hays & Jean Latting

From Hardship to Allyship: The Makings of...(#20)

Mark is an organizational consultant specializing in leadership, change management, relationship and engagement, and inclusion and equity work.

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Amy Porterfield laughing

Anatomy of an Apology in a Racially Charged World (#16)

I invite Amy Porterfield for her perspective on the journey from obliviousness to learning and growth. Here she demonstrates recovery from mistakes as we navigate the path of racial...

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Bridge over fast running river

How to Stop Racist Statements From Someone... (#15)

Research has shown that threatening, warning, and name-calling are not effective for getting people to give up their entrenched attitudes and habits. What is? .......................  ...................... ...

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Child staring over a table

How to Avoid the Trap of Impostor Syndrome... (#14)

Those of us who are committed to social change and social justice must learn to remove our internal barriers and negative self-talk so that we don’t get in our own way. Jean writes...

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Amy and Jean on a Zoom call

How to be Vulnerable with Race...and Grow (#11)

Amy Hageman discusses the motivation behind her very public post, including an equally public embarrassment. ............. .............. .........  ........    ......   ............... ................... .................. ...... ........... .......

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Lady behind a dirty window

Anatomy of an Apology in a Racially Charged World (#9)

We see how Amy wrestles with her commitment to justice, her missteps, and along the way, the model of a very public apology...

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