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Miki on race and safety: her first piece at openDemocracy

Miki on race and safety: her first piece at openDemocracy
February 15 / 2017

The global web magazine based in London, UK, openDemocracy has a section called “Transformation – Where love meets social justice.” Miki was recently invited to contribute there and her first piece went up today:

How we talk about race and safety can really make a difference.

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Working for Change in a New Era – How?

Working for Change in a New Era – How?
January 15 / 2017 We can always hear and understand each other’s deeper purpose. Once we know this and integrate it fully, I trust that we will approach confrontation differently, and I then have more hope that miracles of transformation can happen.

Accountability, Love, Shame, and Working for Transformation

Accountability, Love, Shame, and Working for Transformation
December 23 / 2016

“All through history, and for many of us in our own experience, there are deeds done, causes furthered, and values proclaimed, that must be regarded as destructive, motivated by hate or greed, harmful to humanity on whatever scale, local or world-wide. These things may all be ‘good’ in the eyes …

You’re Not a Bad Person: How Facing Privilege Can Be Liberating

You’re Not a Bad Person:  How Facing Privilege Can Be Liberating
November 26 / 2016

“Having wealth is unjustified, but the Rockefellers justify it by doing good. I had to cut through all this and understand that there is no rational justification for my family having the amount of money that it has, and that the only honest thing to say in defense of it …

Protecting and Learning in a Time of Hatred

Protecting and Learning in a Time of Hatred
November 18 / 2016 It’s clear to me that without seeing everyone’s humanity, we will not find a way of moving forward that will actually create change. I have a complete conviction that making individual voters the problem and attacking them is a continuation of the very mindset that’s implicated in getting us here.