The day after the Charleston murders, Tracy found herself sitting in a jury room considering whether she, a black woman, could be a fair and impartial juror in a case where a young white man killed 9 innocent people because of the color of their skin. What happened as a result of that morning has become an unexpected call to action for all people committed to mutual respect or willing to take a stand for fairness. If we want to see change in our world, each one of us must answer the question, “What is Mine to Do?”
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Tracy discussed the challenge of creating and maintaining a Stained Glass Spirit leader in the 21st century with Christi Clemons Hoffman on the 🎧 Radiate Wellness Podcast.