Is it time we stop announcing the “first black person to _____”? Or does the acknowledgment call attention to successful black people when we so rarely hear of it at all?
“The best part about the experience was that most outsiders are not invited to attend…The Navajo people have often been wounded by outsiders, so it is important to be very intentional about establishing positive relationships, built on genuine appreciation and respect.”
“Being an ally for justice is something people of color want from white people, but it requires continual learning and willingness to be in uncomfortable situations and conversations. Growth is uncomfortable. “
“So much of what we learn about each other is driven by what the media feeds us…Our future is created by intention.”
I have been truly excited about the amount of black success we are watching in the public eye. Even with our first black president on his way out of office,…
It doesn’t matter who the President is, our job remains the same in our journey to becoming a post-racial society.
This is sad, my condolences go out to you all!
Know your history, so you know how we got here.
What does guilty look like?
I should see more hands reaching out to help Haiti.