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Unconscious Bias & community transformation and healing

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Rx Racial Healing - Dr. Gail Christopher - TEDxCharlottesville

An award winning social change agent, Dr. Gail Christopher, depicts how our collective and individual healing from centuries of believing in a false hierarchy of humanity is the prescription for the 21st century. Dr.

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Becoming Heroines: Unleashing Our Power for Revolution and Rebirth

What if women forgot everything they’d been taught and radically redefined modern leadership? For those who have spent years playing by the rules only to suffer the cost, and who are now ready to transform their world and work, a soulful guide to knowing their power and using it for change at the...

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New Immigrants Share Their Stories

The students of Newcomers High School in Long Island City, which specializes in teaching recent immigrants, and those of St. Luke's, a private middle school in Manhattan, have come together to dialogue about difference and combat bias.

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One Goal: A Coach, a Team, and the Game that Brought a Divided Town Together

When thousands of Somali refugees resettled in Lewiston, Maine, a struggling, overwhelmingly white town, longtime residents grew uneasy. Then the mayor wrote a letter asking Somalis to stop coming, which became a national story.

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john a. powell: Opening to the Question of Belonging

“Race is a little bit like gravity,” john powell says: experienced by all, understood by few. He is a refreshing, redemptive thinker who counsels all kinds of people and projects on the front lines of our present racial longings.

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When Healing Looks Like Justice: An Interview with Harvard Psychologist Joseph Gone

In American Indian communities, there is a well-developed discourse that runs parallel to the discourse of mental health.

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