Tag Archives: dignity

The Paycheck

A job is a paycheck, but it also defines the rhythm of our daily lives. It has the power to lift us out of poverty and uncertainty, shape our children’s future, and make communities out of strangers. Work can give … Continue reading

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Giving

Sharing is sometimes more demanding than giving. – Mary Catherine Bateson Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this new venture of “positively … Continue reading

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Dignity

“There is this narrative when you’re locked up that you’re an animal. And that’s how they treat you. And, I was like, no, you are a human being. And you need to be treated with dignity. And so I began … Continue reading

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Treat Everyone with Dignity

“I want people to know that I’m Black—I want you to see my color. I want you to know that I’m queer. I want you to know that I’m racialized and politicized. It’s really important for me to name that, … Continue reading

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Instacart shoppers

Reading this Instacart shoppers say they face unforgiving metrics: ‘It’s a very easy job to lose’ I am reminded of a post I wrote a few years ago about metrics. You can read it here. This story about Instacart made … Continue reading

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