Parents’ opinion of diversity — age, race, and sexual orientation, for example — inform our children’s ability to manage the stress of the U.S.’s culture wars.
R. Wayne Branch, PhD
Rising from poverty to president affords insights affirming DEI. My career in higher ed. and workforce development; consultancies; and writing evidence leadership and guide as my life's work.
If regard for genocide and antisemitism are made out to be no more than manipulations for gain, who will listen when the wolf stands at the door?
During a recent six-hour grilling, a new reality emerged: Attitude now gives license to punish others — a way of being that re-concretizes a pigmentocracy’s values.
African Americans have chosen to be aspirational in pursuit of freedom from oppression and injustice, as opposed to terrorism and deconstructionist thinking.
Gun violence and mass casualties are acceptable in the U.S. due to the country’s tolerance of mob rule and the hypocrisy of its disdain for thug life.
Stolen lands, horrendous atrocities, and broken promises are at the heart of centuries old conflicts.
The strategies used to sustain dominance are pervasive, and transparent. Perhaps, because once concretized in a culture’s lexicon they’re so difficult to overcome.
When do the memories of children torn from mothers’ breasts, fathers’ protection, a community’s legacy stop haunting us? When does healing begin?
Some people say “indoctrination” is not what schools should do. Yet, going back to the first schools in Boston, Protestants were unwaveringly clear: that’s exactly what schools do!
In fact, getting caught saying the wrong thing to the wrong person, or in the wrong place at the wrong time, could make for consequences that could be life threatening.