Confessions of a Hate Hunter

Hi All, Call me crazy, but I have this far-fetched belief that a human being ought to leave this world a better place than when s/he found it. I fully embrace a belief and worldview expressed here by Horace Mann: “Be ashamed to die until you have won some victory for humanity.” See this very interesting article about race-hate ideology, its many faces in America, … Continue reading Confessions of a Hate Hunter

Turning Adversaries into Allies: An Example of Race Relations Transformation

Hi All, A friend shared with me recently this powerful TED talk entitled: Why I, as a black man, attend KKK rallies.  It’s the story of Daryl Davis, a well-known African American musician who also, though, has an unusual passion for befriending members of the Ku Klux Klan and, ultimately, leading to amazing transformations of relationships and experiences. Go listen now to the TED talk … Continue reading Turning Adversaries into Allies: An Example of Race Relations Transformation

Retired Lt. General Jay Silveria on Dignity & Respect

Hi All, Please watch this brief video of Retired Lt. General Jay Silveria speaking about the power of diversity and the necessity of treating all people with dignity and respect. This is an ethic toward which all organizations should be constantly reaching. Who is your organization’s Lt. General Jay Silveria? Aim high. Continue reading Retired Lt. General Jay Silveria on Dignity & Respect