I never thought calling myself passionate about issues of racial justice, healing and reconciliation would end up at the top of my identity list. But along the way, it happened – likely because I finally came to realize we humans have a whole lot more in common than we have differences. And this, simply because we’re human. We share genes of humanity.
Somehow, just like you, just like every single one of us, I realized I have a story to tell – and that my journey has the ability to impact and change and transform lives.
While my writing isn’t focused entirely on this conversation, it is a big part of the dialogue. So, today I have something for you.
It’s something I’ve been churning and mulling over in my mind for a good while now; some of it you’ll recognize from this story that went viral a year ago, some of it you may have seen in another post, some of it you may have heard if you’ve seen me speak.
So, what is it? A short e-book, seven-page e-book called, Five Ways to Step into Conversations of Color:
If you’re already an email subscriber, just drop me a line in the comment box below, and I’ll email it to you. Otherwise, get it free by subscribing to receive emails from me.
I can’t wait to hear what you think.
Also, if you’re a podcast listener, I can’t recommend last week’s Shalom in the City episode, “My Sista’s Keeper” (episode 27), between a white woman and a black woman more highly.
Whatever it is, however it is, enter into conversations of color – and be changed.
So, what is it for you? How have YOU entered into conversations of color? If you’re already an email subscriber, leave a comment and I’ll email you the e-book – otherwise, subscribe today and it’ll come straight to you!0