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Sage Wisdom: 12 Things I Learned From My Grandmother

One critical thing we are missing in our culture is the presence of wise sages. Sages are those who are able to take their experience and wisdom and share it with others. My grandma was one of those wise sages, and I wanted to share 12 things I learned from her on this latest episode…

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Creating Inclusive Work Environments

As the demographics of the U.S. change, many organizations are working to adjust their approach to workplace culture and equity for their employees.  Harry Hawkins guest hosts this insightful episode of A Public Affair on WORT 89.9. Guests Lindsey Johnson and Marie Stolzenburg of Nehemiah have an honest conversation with Harry Hawkins about multiculturalism in the workplace and…

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What I Want White Allies to Know Heading Into Thanksgiving

– Harry Hawkins –   As we approach Thanksgiving, I can’t help but think of family and what this time of year means to me. It’s a time to gather with friends and family, share some fantastic food and laughs. Since moving to Wisconsin five years ago, it took on another meaning as well. As…

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Dr. Gee Reflects on Race Conversations

Last Saturday, September 16th, Rev. Dr. Gee participated on a panel titled, “Moving Past Fear – How to Talk about Race in All Your Spaces,” which focused on the challenges to discussing race in public spaces and strategies for overcoming those obstacles. Dr. Gee has some specific thoughts and reflections on the experience and conversation afterwards…

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Experiencing History at Home

  Experiencing History at Home   By Phil Haslanger   It’s been a year since the National Museum of African-American History and Culture opened its doors in Washington D.C. to massive crowds and intensely emotional experiences. The museum captured both the pain and the possibilities of life in America for those enslaved in Africa, shipped…

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