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Invisible but Irritating

25 Mar

Prejudice against someone because of their race, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, national origin …. it is wrong. Stop it!

Cross Cultural Conversations

13 Mar

Make Your Cross-Cultural Conversations Productive: Ten Guidelines by [Brown, Tracy]

Learn to engage in heart-opening conversations that result in better teamwork, stronger communities and personal self-growth.

Make Your Cross Cultural Conversations Productive: Ten Guidelines by Tracy Brown http://amzn.to/2FDR0dB

Sensitivity vs. Censorship

2 Jan

Thank you, Ava De Leon. This is an excellent distinction between sensitivity and censorship. And a reminder that censorship is happening all the time by those who are in the dominant culture deciding what is good, right, better, believable, important, etc.

When I was writing my novel Uptown Thief in 2011, I got a sex worker activist to read it. I was writing about sex workers and their fight for justice. I wanted to get my portrayals right, so I had an activist from that community read the book. I got a ton of notes and […]

via Sensitivity Readers and the White Male Imagination — Aya de Leon

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Bias. Discrimination. Oppression.

9 Aug

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Love, Respect and Freedom

8 Oct

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