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Truth Is…

Black people are raised to acknowledge that every system they encounter is stacked against them, “You have to try twice as hard to get half as far,” “they are all waiting for you to fail,” and “you don’t get second … Continue reading

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Community

I wonder if the young people were actively engaged in all aspects of society and thoughts of themselves as community leaders, problem solvers, role models, mentors and key stake holders how would the world change- Jennifer corrjero – takeitglobal.org Positively … Continue reading

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Colored Mindfulness

How has your understanding of mindfulness changed? I am still a woman, still mostly white setting. But now part of being mindful is understanding the power and sending the power privilege I have acquired on my journey -and remembering where … Continue reading

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Would you hire me if you were blindfolded?

As a child, having your name mispronounced hurts. But what happens as an adult, when your name hurts your chances of earning a fair living? “We may think we don’t discriminate, but many of us are guided by our unconscious … Continue reading

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Entrance Exam

 Comical Explanation

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