Anatomy of an Apology in a Racially Charged World: What We Can Learn from Amy Porterfield (#9)

We see how Amy wrestles with her commitment to justice, her missteps, and along the way, the model of a very public apology. We follow her growing awareness of the part she plays, and our emotional response.

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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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How to Avoid the Trap of Impostor Syndrome: What You Need to Know (#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 of her own experiences with imposter syndrome and 5 steps for getting past it.

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