Tag Archives: racism

Choosing Myself

For me, part of choosing myself has been about overcoming my fears, many of which we’re facing this year. I am no longer asking for permission to belong to the nation the doles out racism and brutality with ease, all … Continue reading

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Wise Woman

Being a wife and mother has made me fully human, because the key to mastering these roles is revealing what the world most wants  me to hide kindness, forgiveness, tolerance. Racism, sexism and classism don’t scare me. Weakness does, because … Continue reading

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Wound Healing and Care 🌱

Description of the major learning in this area for this quarter: This quarter my practicum instructor_, and I finally implemented our diversity workshop training by partnering with _. We both believed this would be a wonderful learning experience for the … Continue reading

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Plan B

Comical Explanation

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