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Black History

None of us are free None of us are free None of us are free; when one of us is chained, None of us are free. (Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil, Brenda Russell)     NOTE:  When a Person of Privilege celebrates the accomplishments of People of Color and ties it all up in a happy […]

Musical Identity: A New Year’s Challenge

“When we don’t know who we are, we act like someone else.” (Tiffany Sankofa) It’s Social Media’s Fault I was trying to wake up this morning and started scrolling social media. Someone close to my age had a 1980’s “mixtape” challenge, (youngheads click here for explanation.)   You know I went happily tripping through time! […]

Growing Up the USA: From Reactive to Responsive

Being reactive and screaming might feel cathartic in the moment, but sustainable change is born out of centered responsiveness.  Inde-WHAT-ence Day? It’s interesting to me that we are about to celebrate another “Independence Day,” right on the heels of a Supreme Court decision that goes against the will of more than half of the populace. […]