I’m thinking about inclusion again. Now that diversity has been shunted as the desirable term to describe the aspiration of drawing people together who reflect the variety of identities and backgrounds which more closely represent society at large, some (myself included) have said what we really need, seek and should be working towards is inclusion.… Continue reading Inclusion again
I’m not sure I really want to write this post. Part of me says, “c’mon, get over yourself.” While another part is saying, “it’s bothering you, get it off your chest, move on.” Here’s the deal. I like fun, I like movement and games, I like people from lots of different backgrounds – put all… Continue reading Spikeball for Everyone?
A few days ago I read this opinion piece: Why We Must Talk About White Privilege: systemic racism has victims and beneficiaries http://t.co/qpFwJ2xYsR — Dr. C.Rutherford (@crutherford) October 28, 2014 Author, Desmond Cole, writing in the wake of the mayoral election in Toronto, points out: “It is crucial that we distinguish these things – white… Continue reading Connecting the Dots: Privilege, Social Justice and Choice