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For more inspirational reading

Wisdom For Your Journey

  • A Brave Conversation
    Inspired by current events, Pamela Gray Daniel shares a message for change agents about how to continue our work empowered, anchored in values, and leading with bravery.
  • Reclaiming Your Identity
    Inspired by an article on Racial Identity and Ancestry, Pamela reflects on how we can reclaim our identity as a form of dismantling racism. Read the article that inspired this video: Genetic ancestry test results shape race self-identification, Stanford researchers find: People who have taken a genetic ancestry test are more likely to report multiple races when self-identifying on surveys, according to Stanford sociologists. Consider how disparities and oppression could decrease if… Read More
  • Transformative Conversations About Race
    “I never should have made it through twelve years of schooling before entering a university, without ever hearing the important news that most anthropologists reject the concept of biological races.” – Robert Wald Sussman Make no mistakes, I believe we must talk about race and racism, but we much change how we talk about race and racism.  I steer clear of using the terms anti-racist or racist in my work. I don’t… Read More
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