“To honestly confront the psychological illness of racism, America needs a true mirror—one that reflects our light and our shadow; one that provokes a real moral and spiritual awakening. Only then can we bear the truth of
our collective responsibility.”
Key Speaking Message
Yes, racism’s ugly impact can be seen in America’s organizations, prisons, streets, and homes. And yes, homophobia causes a staggering number of LGBT teens to end their lives in despair.
How, then, shall we bear witness to these realities? How does denying and dismissing these problems enrage and shame those oppressed by them? How does privilege promote blindness to injustice? When we confront social injustice, how can we pull back the veil of ignorance and open the eyes of compassion and empowerment?
- What’s the Matter with ‘All Lives Matter’
- America’s Deadly Denial of Racism
- MLK Today: Taking the Blinders Off White Privilege
- Dreaming King’s Dream Forward: Reflections on America’s Psyche
- 4 Barriers to Dialoguing About Race and How to Overcome Them
- The American Soul: Race & The Danger of New Age Spirituality
- The Holocaust and the Inner Ghetto: The Psychology of Jewish Suffering
- I’m Not a Hypochondriac, I’m Just a Jew
- Op-ed: It’s Not Me, It’s You: When HIV-negative people project their fears onto those with HIV, it hurts everyone
- Op-ed: An Open Letter to My Straight Male Friends