VOLUME 4 NUMBER 15: “The Reset: When Good Intentions Yield Bad Results,” Kim McCaul on the value of shame as a way forward to connect with our shared humanity and empathy
Social anthropologist, mediator and writer with a strong desire to build bridges between people and cultures.
Shame has a bad reputation. It may be just what we need to inspire us to take practical actions to undo racism and other systemic inequities
Social anthropologist, mediator and writer Kim McCaul on the ways white people view racism as something external and limited to identifiable others helps them avoid undoing racism