Tag: social justice

For White People That Want To Help…

I believe any so-called white ally has to be put through the racial ringer. They have to go through the gauntlet to earn their stripes. I refuse to bestow any…
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5 Books to Sharpen Your Analysis on Social Justice

When I worked at a community college in Seattle, I was afforded many opportunities to read. During the summer while the majority of students were away and the campus slowed…
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The Iceman Inheritance: Book Review

  The Iceman Inheritance by Michael Bradley was an eye-opening book for me. His theory on the origins of western racism, sexism, and aggression provides some important context in being…
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Ringside Revolutionary Poets

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENi0TaeAmUM&app=desktop I’ve been part of some pretty dope spoken word events throughout the years in Seattle. RETRO. Isang Mahal. Freshest Roots. Logos. Cultivate. Cornerstone. There have been nights when there…
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A Training With Robin DiAngelo

  Robin DiAngelo facilitated a training for my job on Friday. Every 3 months or so, we have an all division professional development day, where essentially, everyone in student services…
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Unqualified

Two weeks ago, I was rejected for yet another job that I applied for. This time I actually made it to the interview process. Usually, I get no response. If…
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How Asian American Millennials Can Contribute to Social Justice

At this point, you’d have to be dwelling underneath some limestone to have not seen Jesse Williams’ speech at the BET awards. It was powerful. It was concise. It called…
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Dear Family

Dear Family, On April 9, 2016, we had our first community event at the Lakewood Community Center.   The event was fun. I was able to see many people that…
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