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Stories are the secret reservoir of values : change the stories individuals and nations live by…and you change the individuals and nations.- Ben Okri
Is it possible to work very hard in America and achieve financial success?
Is it possible to NOT work very hard in America and achieve financial success?
Is it possible to work very hard in America and NOT achieve financial success?
It In Perspective
Moral & Spiritual Costs
Material & Physical Costs
Goodman, D. J. (2001). Promoting diversity and social justice: Educating people from privileged groups. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Limited Personal Relationships
Limited Displays on Emotions
Inappropriate Expectations of Manliness
Archaic Beliefs of Sexual Conquest
Majority group students often learn about issues relating to privilege and oppression through chance and circumstance.
Students often begin in a dualistic mindset and are predominately influenced by rationalistic arguments.
I will not harm
2. Establish profound respect
Speak to the
3. Allow others their own moral ground
state capital is best
Art of War
4. Make connections, seek common ground
Ting – This word includes the characters for ear, eye and heart
5. Most people do not want to cause harm
Figure 16.1 found in:
Kim, Y. Y. (1996). Identity development: From cultural to intercultural. In H. B. Makros (Ed.), Interaction and identity (p. 347-369). New York: Transaction Publishers.
- Self reflection is crucial
Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing themselves.
Nothing will work unless you do.
- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
…but here is the thing: it does not bend on its own. It bends because each of us in our own ways put our hand on that arc and we bend it in the direction of justice....“
- Barack Obama
~ Cornel West
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