By Rick Huntley, Rianna Moore, and Carol Pierce
Journeys of Race, Color and Culture explores People of Color and White People in the United States at the intergroup and whole system levels, and offers a path to effectively dialogue between the racial and cultural identity groups. Whiteness is deconstructed, power dynamics reconstructed, and skills for dialogue made accessible to all.
|Publisher:||New Dynamics Publications|
|Dimensions:||7 x 9 x 0.5|
About the Authors
We are educators, coaches, and organization development practitioners who specialize in diversity-inclusion culture change and leadership development. Much of our life’s work has been devoted to creating bridges across race.We hunger for ways to bridge across race difference: to relate more effectively, dialogue more constructively, and deal with racism systemically. Because you are interested in this book suggests that you are concerned with changing the cultural status quo and forming a more perfect union.
This book is provided in collaboration with the NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science.
NTL Institute has been at the forefront of Applied Behavioral Science (ABS) research and training for more than 70 years. NTL Institute’s mission is to advance Applied Behavioral Science in the service of social justice, oppression-free societies, and healthy individuals, groups and organizations around the world. Founded in 1947 as a non-profit educational institution, NTL Institute has become a leader in the learning and development field with high-impact programs that use modern experiential training methodologies. Our founders started the field of organization development; today, we continue to grow and contribute to the field of coaching and experiential learning. As a premier training center in organization development and human interaction, we develop successful leaders, better teams and organizations, and a more just and inclusive world. NTL Institute continues to grow, with members and courses in the United States, United Kingdom, India and more.
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