Starbucks held their one day anti-bias training last week.
I offered them a few tips on how to use this moment to do some systemic work but ... you know how that goes! Not to be deterred, I offered my own racial bias training in my community. Two coffee shops came on as sponsors and we brought more people into the conversation.
Here are a couple of takeaways:
1. We can't talk about bias without first placing it in the context of racism and the systemic...
Last week I promised to share with you how to tend to yourself. Below are 3 suggestions that can take 3 to 20 minutes. Let me know your favorites!
Here are some suggestions:
1. Read. I recommend literature that takes you out of our difficult stressful world but that stretches your imagination. Check out my video book review of Ursula Le Guin's The Left Hand of Darkness. Maybe making a short video review is even more restorative than...
When I was in grad school a good friend of mine was Caucasian. She and I lived together and had class together and supported each other through difficult times. We were close. But one day, my friend told me about an experience where the police stopped her for some minor infraction and ticketed her. She was enraged that she had been...
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