Having Hard Conversations about Race

Meaningful social change starts with changing hearts and minds, usually among those we’re closest to in life.

Beyond the protests, donations, public statements ranging from bold to bland, rapid sharing and re-tweeting on social media, real, sustained change around racial injustice starts and evolves like it almost always does —…

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Communications and culture leader, author, certified coach, lawyer, yoga teacher. www.azureleadership.com/honestlyspeakingbook

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