Feel the feelings, let go of control

Talking about race, racism, white privilege, and social justice often feels like we are - and we ARE - losing control. So we resist it. It's not comfortable; it's not fun; it's not light; it doesn't fit neatly into coffee and a walk, into chit-chat at soccer games, or into niceness at the grocery store; … Continue reading Feel the feelings, let go of control

An Unexpected Outcome: Ethnography of a Pandemic

March 2020 hit university campuses with unexpected changes, disbelief, and, of course, challenges. A part of me feels it is redundant to narrate the experiences we just went through - since in the present moment, we all know them, and still feel them. For posterity, the other part of me nags me to be specific … Continue reading An Unexpected Outcome: Ethnography of a Pandemic