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Does Your Reality Match Your Rhetoric?

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When I speak to employees from companies whose leaders took a firm stand last summer, I also hear that a strange thing is happening inside those companies – nothing.

Waiting to Exhale

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I’ve been sitting on this blog post for nearly two months. When I first wrote it, I was filled with optimism and ready to declare some semblance of a victory. But deep in my subconscious, I knew it wasn’t time to even hint at success, and I wasn’t sure optimism was warranted, either.

Rebuilding together after the insurrection

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Since the seditious insurrection incited by the president last week, I’ve had two things on my mind. First, as a Black American, I couldn’t believe what I was seeing as the insurrectionists scaled the walls of the Capitol, broke through its windows and doors and disrupted a sacred Constitutional process. My first thought was, if I had done that, I would have been shot dead on the spot. I asked myself, and I ask you now: Would these events have unfolded differently had the horde been Black?

Half and Half, Pt. 3

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“In my adult life, I have approached most things from an intellectual perspective.”

Half and Half, Part 1

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“Growing up, being biracial wasn’t “a thing.” That didn’t start until college.

Half-and-Half

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What the Current Racial Injustice Movement Means to a Mixed-Race Family

When Will America Love Us Back?

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“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.