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Empathy & racism

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I Take My Coffee Black: Reflections on Tupac, Musical Theater, Faith, and Being Black in America

As a 6'2" dreadlocked black man, Tyler Merritt knows what it feels like to be stereotyped as threatening, which can have dangerous consequences. But he also knows that proximity to people who are different from ourselves can be a cure for racism.

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What Is Empathy and How Do You Cultivate It?

Our brains may be wired to empathize more with people who look like us, but being more empathetic starts with just listening.

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Fierce Love: A Bold Path to a Better Life and a Better World

A healing antidote to our divisive culture, full of evocative storytelling, spiritual wisdom, and nine essential daily practices—by the first female, Black senior minister at the historic Collegiate Churches of New York. We are living in a world divided.

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What Is Institutional Betrayal and How to Overcome It

We’ve faced the pandemic, violent racism, economic uncertainty, and environmental disaster. Many of us are experiencing trauma and distress. The way organizations respond to these challenges and the decisions they make going forward will reverberate for many years to come.

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Zainab Salbi Discusses “The Zainab Salbi Project” | Build Series

Discover the human voices behind the headlines in the new Huffington Post Original series “The Zainab Salbi Project.

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Why Overcoming Racism is Essential for Humanity’s Survival

Let’s defuse this ticking ethical timebomb and shame those who stoke the flames of bigotry beneath it. Instead, we can open ourselves up to a more expansive attitude of connectedness, empowering us to work together in cooperation with our fellow human kin.

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A Love Letter to Ancestors: Writing, Motherhood and Burt Bridges Featuring Cassandra Lane, Author and Editor

In this episode, Cassandra Lane shares the journey of her book and the truths she’s discovered in the process, including how her intentional parenting has focused with the ancestral blueprint she’s unearthed.

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To Kill a Mockingbird

Atticus Finch, a lawyer in the Depression-era South, defends a black man against an undeserved rape charge, and his children against prejudice.

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Partnership in Grief and Radical Gentleness Ft. Felicia Gangloff-Bailey, Mother and Ed Psychologist

Felicia and I talk about how partnership supported her grief, how she herself has grown since her daughter’s double transition, and what radical gentleness means to her.

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Duality: Bad Girl, Good Human Featuring Orixa

Orixa, founder of Bad Girl, Good Human joins me to talk about giving women permission to embrace their dualities, as well as grief, heartbreak and the time sensitivity of life and love.

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