Fortunately, tech beloveds brought the content back to life. Unfortunately, it lost its style. It will take some time for me to make this site “presentable” again! Thank you for your understanding.
I’m grateful for my father’s willingness to learn, to allow other perspectives into his world view, for having the courage to face shame and pain and being implicated in torture and violence while also keeping his eyes and heart towards healing and connection. He recently visited Montgomery, Alabama with Carolina Jews for Justice and below are his […]
20 ways majority-white nonprofits can build authentic partnerships with organizations led by communities of color by Nonprofit AF These are the 4 broad topics. Click on the article to read the 20 ways. Increase your knowledge and self-awareness: Do not go into a community without doing some research on the community and self-reflection on the […]
This weekend marked 10 years that I’ve been back in Western North Carolina. When I first moved to Black Mountain in 2000, I felt a sense of at-home that I’d never experienced before. The land felt like my heart-home, embraced me and told my cells — you belong here. Being in a small town matched […]
This week I’ve been reflecting on how grateful I am that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. saw so clearly a world that didn’t exist yet but that he knew deep in his body and soul was possible. I am feeling profoundly grateful for those who have the stamina and ability to see a vision and […]