Vol 22, No 1 (2013)

Acts of superiority or dehumanization generate conflicts that disrupt our relationships and divide our communities. While race is a biological fiction, racism affects us all, even the most well-intentioned. This issue examines promising initiatives to heal the pain and trauma of racism and celebrate the oneness of humankind.

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A Conversation on Inequality With Students of Color
Commitment to Racial Equity
Our Pathway Toward Healing Racism
The Children of Kalihi
Making a Difference: A Simple Recipe
Fernando's Long Journey Home
Deep Brain Learning: Healing the Heart
Problems as Opportunity: Meeting Growth Needs
National CARES Mentoring Movement
The Five Shifts: Ensuring an Environment for Healing
Healing the Hidden Wounds of Racial Trauma
From Racism to Hope