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These are the priority topics that are related to RACISM, according to SolveCasters.
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2 Follow DEERFIELD, ILLINOIS 6 months ago
2 Follow HEALTH CARE 2 months ago
2 Follow MY WORLD 7 months ago
7 Priority ASIAN AMERICANS 2 months ago
2 Follow WORKPLACE 2 months ago
2 Follow TRAFFIC TICKETS 2 months ago
2 Follow DISCRIMINATION 2 months ago
2 Follow HUB 3 months ago
2 Follow IMMIGRATION 2 months ago
2 Follow ILLINOIS 7 months ago
2 Follow CRIMINAL JUSTICE 2 months ago
2 Follow POVERTY 2 months ago
7 Priority WHITE SUPREMACY 2 months ago
2 Follow WHITE PRIVILEGE 2 months ago
2 Follow CHICAGO 7 months ago
7 Priority DEMOCRATIC PARTY 2 months ago
7 Priority EMPATHY 8 months ago
2 Follow AIR POLLUTION 2 months ago
7 Priority SOCIAL MEDIA 2 months ago
7 Priority COMMUNITY 3 months ago
2 Follow DIVERSITY 2 months ago
7 Priority REPUBLICAN PARTY 2 months ago
2 Follow REPARATIONS 2 months ago
7 Priority MENTAL HEALTH 4 months ago
2 Follow CRIMES 4 days ago
2 Follow LEADERSHIP 8 months ago
7 Priority SOCIAL JUSTICE 2 months ago
7 Priority BLACK LIVES MATTER 2 months ago
7 Priority POLICE BRUTALITY 2 months ago
2 Follow CRITICAL THINKING 2 months ago
2 Follow VACANT LOT 2 months ago
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Michelle Obama (Curated) Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama is an American attorney and author who served as the First Lady of the United States from 2009 to 2017. She was the first African-American woman to serve in this position.
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Jonathan Miller Jonathan Miller is President and CEO of Miller Samuel Inc., a real estate appraisal and consulting firm he co-founded in 1986.
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  • From SolveCasters posted by SolveCast
  • 2 months ago
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  • Starts 270 seconds

Land Stewardship for Lasting Community Health and Change with Ariam Ford, Executive Director at Grounded Strategies

The majority of these vacant lots in the city are concentrated in black and brown communities that have been also happened to be low income. That also are already underserved in respect to high quality public spaces and not have all of these
vacant lots that are overgrown and unmaintained that are negatively affecting their quality of life as far as you know, beautification of their community, property values and things like that. And so not only is there an absence of a surplus of green spaces, there's an active element working against even just existing in a beautiful place for which to recreate. And so for us, that's an opportunity to correct.


  • From SolveCasters posted by SolveCast
  • 3 months ago
  • 1
  • Starts 445 seconds

Building a Sustainable and Just Food System, with Emma Sharer Ecotrust Investments

I also want to highlight that Portland has a a very racist, white dominant history as a city. And we're as a community working to dismantle that racism that's been institutionalized and internalized in most of us. And how can we do that? Utilizing The Redd facility and creating access for opportunity and shifting power to folks who have been marginalized out of the system. And what does that look like and how can we create a platform for it, with the infrastructure that we have and the gathering spaces.


Why empathy is the key to dismantling white racism - The ...

Clark held empathy to be something quite different from sentimentality or pity, which were delivered from a position of superiority. Empathy, in contrast, acknowledged the underlying similarity of the human condition and, thus, created a foundation of mutual respect that could reach across racial lines.

But empathy required work, notably rigorous self-examination. “Any genuine relationship between Negro and white must face honestly all of the ambivalences both feel for each other. Each must identify with the other without sentiment.” Whites had to abandon “the fantasy of aristocracy or superiority,” and white liberals had to dispense with “the fantasy of purity,” or the idea that they were free of prejudice.