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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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Do The Right Thing -Movie Review

Reading this week’s practicum objective, I was reminded I let a group of homeless and foster kids watch the Spike Lee Joint Do the Right Thing (yes, I got permission). In my moment of nostalgia, I asked my spouse on … Continue reading

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Ethnicity

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