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Connecting with Friends [Image Credit: Taken by B. Lawrence] Our nation continues to wrestle with the plague of police brutality and the senseless murders of Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, Tony McDade and Breonna Taylor. These actions spark mistrust, discomfort, anger, unrest, confusion and a never-ending range of emotions. As a result of these recent incidents,… Continue reading 6 Effective Approaches for Checking on your Friends Regarding Police Brutality: “Just wanted to check in and send love”
Julian, Krishauna and Attorney Ben Crump "I have free tickets for you. Can you meet me at the country club? Brother Crump will be speaking on police brutality and signing his new book titled Open Season: Legalized genocide of colored people." Said Raymond. "I'll let you know." I responded. I wasn't much for country clubs.… Continue reading George Floyd and Ben Crump: Meet me at the Country Club
Image Credit: UNCSA Listen to what we share. Allow us to work through our range of emotions, free from judgement. Afford communities of color the right to speak or not to speak on the issues at hand. Acknowledge that although you may feel deeply outraged by police violence (as you should), white allies are not… Continue reading 10 Tips for White Allies Regarding Police Brutality: From the Heart of a Black Woman…
Shanumi arrived from Nigeria to begin her first semester at a U.S. university where I was a Spanish professor. Over the course of a few short weeks, Shanumi was continuously met with culture shock. Although naming is honored and sacred in Nigerian culture, most people on campus shortened her name to Shan, with neither her… Continue reading Nigeria meets North Carolina: When not even water is familiar
Photo Credit: Cole and Marmalade “I just bought a new India Arie CD,” I remarked, while attempting to buy myself some time. “Would you like to listen to a few more songs before we go upstairs?” I asked my sister. “But Grace is expecting us now, she has dinner waiting. Come on, let's head upstairs… Continue reading Diversity Lesson 101: Face your Fears