Rutgers University professor Dr. Brittney Cooper, in her memoir/social commentary Eloquent Rage: A Black Feminist Discovers Her Superpower, unpacks key moments of her life in the context of Black Feminism within the American patriarchy. She describes complex relationships with peers, family members, and policies, and (at one point) suggests, “Perhaps we could start with empathy.”
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Thursday is one of the days when I participate in a weekly online professional gathering at noon. This week's topic was navigating disorientation, something we all seem to be able to relate to these days. My wise psychologist colleagues pointed out how routines serve to ground us and help us mark time. This insight has me thinking about ways I can introduce additional day-of-the-week routines to my current state of being. Are you feeling disoriented about what day and/or date it is? Do you have daily rituals that help you mark time? What routines do you find helpful or comforting?
Here's a smorgasbord of podcasts and interviews that have nourished my seemingly never-quenched hunger for learning and thinking. I look forward to reading your reflections on what I share here, and I'd love to find out what's been bouncing around your brain lately!
This entry outlines the Design Thinking Process, by which Creative Courage Retreat participants zoomed in on their individual creative challenges. I'm curious to find out what you think about the process and the Design Thinking Hat and to read about what you've been learning and exploring lately. Stop on in!
The way I see it, there are two big reasons to record what resonates as personal truth. This post explains what I do to record my heart's truth and what value these recordings offer.