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A Safe Place to Talk About Race

A Safe Place to Talk About Race

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May 13th 2013:Radical Collaboration – A New Racial Healing Era?

Many believe that we needed both Dr. Martin Luther King AND Malcolm X to make progress. Do RADICAL COLLABORATION models and RACIAL HEALING belong in the same room? There is competition among well-meaning people. The question arises about ‘Who is doing the REAL work’. Is the movement to heal from racial conditioning ready to take a new leap in the journey? Is there a way for passionate people with a sense of urgency to join forces to deal with racism? The dollar resources available for social issues are so small, the need so great, the desire to unite so strong, and the frustration is so hig

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Randy Osmun

Randy Osmun, Executive Director of The SOURCE, a members-only nonprofit business collaborative that increases employee retention to impact families and communities. Randy is passionate about issues of hunger, race, equity, inclusion, employment and social justice. He graduated from Aquinas College, Michigan State University, and is a Ph.D student at Antioch University.
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Jorge Gonzalez

Jorge Gonzalez is the Director of Economic Development at LINC. He currently serves on various non-profit boards including President Emeritus of the West Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. He graduated from Grand Valley State University, and enjoys spending time with his family, the community, and running whenever possible!
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Juanita Brown

Juanita Brown, Principal of Juanita Capri Brown & Associates, specializes in racial equity and healing. She engages institutions in breakthrough conversations and restorative systems, and facilitates with Glasswing Institute for Racial Healing at Starr Commonwealth. She co-produced Emmy-nominated PBS documentary Traces of the Trade: A Story from the Deep North, and graduated from Stanford and the University of California at Berkeley.
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