Morning Reflection, Critical Positioning

Some reflection that came to me first thing in the morning: I am Romanian. I grew up not having much, aware I had less than others, under Communism. I have survivor guilt: Why me? Why did I make it? I have met barriers - sexual harassment, sexism, xenophobia, and age discrimination - growing up, in … Continue reading Morning Reflection, Critical Positioning

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