Characters in Diversity: Which One Are You?

Characters in Diversity: Which One Are You?

In the field of diversity training, where I do a good bit of work, I’ve developed a self-evaluation component for people to consider. Your participation can help you determine what your typical modus operandi is when you encounter difference, disagreement and...
White Privilege: Recognize, Own, Act

White Privilege: Recognize, Own, Act

I know not all my followers will read this article. Whenever I write on diversity, I find I’m preaching to the choir because it’s only people who are interested in diversity who read. The people who really need to read this never will. I want to start by saying this:...
White Privilege

White Privilege

In the United States, members of the majority culture often have a difficult time understanding the importance of special recognition for minorities. For example, let’s consider Black History Month. February is the time of year when most schools will set time aside to...
Advocacy

Advocacy

Understanding the current incidents of racism in our country has been a struggle. President Trump has become a beacon, shining a light on marginalized groups everywhere. Whether he is talking about women, Mexicans, Muslims, blacks, gays, or the handicapped, his words...
Our Subconscious and Racism

Our Subconscious and Racism

Through my work, I’ve learned about the strength of our subconscious mind and how we underestimate its power. Our subconscious holds many beliefs and opinions that actively affect our behavior, and most people are completely unaware. I just finished taking the Race...

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