Why Making Vital Distinctions Between Indigenous and Dominant Worldviews is Not a “Binary Thinking Problem”

2022-01-03T20:38:27+00:00

Why Making Vital Distinctions Between Indigenous and Dominant Worldviews is Not a “Binary Thinking Problem”  And, In Fact, Could Save Us from Extinction During President Clinton’s election, the phrase “It’s the economy, stupid” was coined. It should have been “It’s the worldview, stupid.” When Obama used “Change we can believe in” for his slogan, I told him, without a worldview change, things will stay the same.” — Joseph Ohayon Better understood as "what is" (fact) and "what ought to be" (value), the fact/value distinction is the thin line between what is truth and what is right. — Charlie [...]

Why Making Vital Distinctions Between Indigenous and Dominant Worldviews is Not a “Binary Thinking Problem”2022-01-03T20:38:27+00:00

From Lateral Violence to Lateral Kindness — Decolonizing Our Relationships

2021-12-23T19:22:26+00:00

Coaching in Context series From Lateral Violence to Lateral Kindness — Decolonizing Our Relationships How do we identify and overcome some of the most abrasive forms of incivility within our various communities and work towards building an ethic of care? How do our actions perpetuate the very systems we seek to change? Through this workshop, we will not only identify how lateral violence manifests and is maintained by a colonial mindset, but more importantly, we will explore ways to liberate ourselves from this cycle of oppression and build a more respectful and healing workplace. The workshop will introduce [...]

From Lateral Violence to Lateral Kindness — Decolonizing Our Relationships2021-12-23T19:22:26+00:00
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