Current Series: Define Me

Definitions provide clarity and a necessary foundation for principles (Kendi, 2019, p. 17). Kendi (2019) writes, “if we do not do the basic work of defining the kind of people we want to be in language that is stable and consistent, we cannot work toward stable, consistent goals” (p. 17). 

As conversations continue on racial and systemic issues in 2021, frequently, defining terms is essential for progress and true understanding to occur. 

The following terms will be defined and explained to build a foundation of understanding for the issues currently occurring: race, racism, non-racist, anti-racism, colorblindness, whiteness, white privilege, white fragility, white supremacy, critical race theory, and racial and biblical reconciliation.

- Source: Kendi, I. M. (2019). How to be an antiracist. One World.

The Ph. (almost) D. Podcast

Moving Beyond Research - To Generate Awareness - 

That Leads to Strategic Action


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