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White Supremacists Still Exist. Here’s What White Parents Can Do About It.

Huffington Post

Aug 15, 2017

A group sits by a memorial to the victims of the deadly car attack on a group of counter-protesters during a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.CEO of TMI Consulting, Inc. was quoted in a Huffington Post article, following the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend, advising on what Americans can do to push back against hatred and bigotry in 2017. Read more

United Way Releases Community Conversations Report

The Journal Times

Aug 5, 2017

United Way’s fourth annual Community Conversations Report-Out Event held July 25 at Paul P. Harris Rotary Park, presented attendees’ concerns, aspirations and solutions related to race, equity and inclusion in Racine County and offered ways to participate in increasing diversity and equity. more…

United Way Community Conversations: Race, equality & inclusion

The Journal Times

Jul 16, 2017

Tiffany Jana will be the keynote speaker at United Way’s Community Conversations Report Out event on July 25

Find out more about the event here.

A step in the right direction: AP Stylebook greenlights singular ‘they’

The Hodges Partnership, The Gong Blog

Jun 20, 2017

Our CEO Dr. Tiffany Jana is quoted by the Hodges Partnership in a recent article announcing the AP Stylebook’s inclusion of ‘they’ as a singular pronoun.

Dr. Jana comments, “The use of non-gendered pronouns is important in daily life as it helps create an atmosphere of inclusivity. If Dale Carnegie’s assertion that the sound of someone’s own name is the sweetest sound they can hear, then I would posit that the correct use of pronouns is just as sweet to those for whom it matters. People who don’t struggle to get others to understand and respect their gender identity are privileged to have a non-experience in this area. Just imagine being constantly called the wrong pronoun, and by extension the wrong gender, every single day. It’s an incessant reminder of one’s otherness and is not a very welcoming experience at all. The inclusive use of ‘they’ finally removes assumption, judgment, and exclusion from our foundational lexicon.” Read more

Four ways to confront your unconscious biases and forge meaningful connections with others

Greater Good Magazine

Jun 15, 2017

Read Matthew Freeman’s recent article on how to best confront your unconscious biases in order to create more meaningful connections.

At a recent retreat I facilitated focused on social change, a diverse group of people gathered, from company and foundation executives to grassroots activists and public housing residents. Their goal? To confront their own biases, form relationships across differences, and start to rebuild trust in their community. In our politically polarized society, the authentic conversations they had about race, religious differences, and our country’s often painful history were rare, courageous, and transformative. Read More

White Papers

Roll a Mile on my Wheels

by Matthew Shapiro

The purpose of this white paper is to take you inside the life of an individual who has a mobility limiting disability. It will allow all individuals to gain an…