Monthly Archives: February 2010

Haiti womens micro-lending bank – spread the word!

By |February 22nd, 2010|

This is the type of thing that too few of us know about because too few of our media outlets pay attention to truly supportive and community based projects.Please take a moment to learn about how a network of women in Haiti have been able to mobilize quickly to distribute funds to get the economy […]

Re: James Arthur Ray charged with manslaughter, guilty of cultural appropriation

By |February 4th, 2010|

Glad to see the news this morning. It looks like James Arthur Ray will be facing charges stemming from the $9,695-a-person “spiritual warrior” workshop he led last October which included a sweat lodge as a final activity…and the death of three of the participants.Let’s be aware, though, that although these serious charges are significant and […]

Profit in anti-racism, and why the workshop series is free

By |February 1st, 2010|

The question arose the minute the Witnessing Whiteness Workshop Series was posted and people started receiving the announcement. Why are you giving it away? You should be charging for this!Not everyone responds in this fashion. Friends in racial justice work are far more surprised than opposed. They recognize that all-too-often important resources are priced out […]