Violence Against Asian Americans: Repent For Our Silence

Violence Against Asian Americans: Repent For Our Silence

Tuesday’s series mass murder of six Asian American women is both heinous and indicative of a larger systemic problem. We mourn each of these women’s senseless deaths and stand with their families in their grief but not in disbelief. Compounding this anti-Asian hate crime is the blatant misogyny and anti-woman violence that women of color…

A Tent-Making Economy

A Tent-Making Economy

I’m worried. I mean, I’m REALLY worried. In the late 1970s, I remember the shifts in the economy that were forcing steel mills in the mid-Atlantic region to close. Steel production was moving overseas, and the US could no longer compete with cheaper Chinese steel. Workers were being laid off and would have to retrain…

Leading in Uncertainty: Systems Thinking is the New Strategic Planning

Leading in Uncertainty: Systems Thinking is the New Strategic Planning

When I was a young, new parent, I tried to “lead” my young eldest child by reading parenting books about discipline and applying said reading to my child. I did exactly what the book said to do but did NOT get the results the book promised. I followed the plan. It was supposed to be…

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