Category: Blog

Curiosity and Openness in the Quest for Justice

In last week’s blog I focused on ways to start thinking about what kind of world we want to live in, and how to start moving in the direction of co-creating it. I stressed that everything we do affects the world we live in, whether we are aware of it or not. This is particularly […]

Tools for Facing Discomfort in the Service of Justice

We all have a path to walk as we draw closer to being the kind of people we aspire to be, as partners, parents, friends, neighbors, and citizens. This moment in history is a long overdue reckoning in which white people like myself have the responsibility to confront our role in systems of racial injustice […]

A mural from State Street in Madison, Wisconsin

Being A Healing Professional in Traumatic Times

Since I last wrote to you, the eyes of the world have been turned to the harm that systemic racism causes in the US and around the world. In the past weeks, we’ve seen militarized crackdowns on nonviolent protesters. We’ve watched police spray tear gas indiscriminately into crowds in the midst of a respiratory pandemic […]

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