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Let yourself go: see yourself, allow yourself to be seen and connect…..

This week, I’m going to let Researcher Brene Brown do the talking…..via a TED talk “The power of vulnerability” Continue reading

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(In)visibility

I’ve got a lot of reflections moving around in my head about the riots and looting, about community relations, about empathy, about stops and searches, about restorative justice, about moral reasoning and ethical values. I’ll bring them out onto t… Continue reading

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Empathy – what about it?

“If you prick us, do we not bleed? if you tickle us, do we not laugh? if you poison us, do we not die?” Shylock, a Jewish Moneylender, Merchant of Venice In certain circles, empathy is trendy at the moment. For example, Matthew Taylor (RSA Chief E… Continue reading

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(IN)VISIBILITY – PART 2

I do a lot of work with movement/dance. Last weekend, I participated in a workshop where I was very conscious of this idea of (in)visibility. One woman stands out in particular. She is stunning looking in a host of ways – including a number of tat… Continue reading

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(In)visibility

“You ache with the need to convince yourself that you do exist in the real world…and you strike out with your fists, you curse and you swear to make them recognize you. And, Alas, it’s seldom successful.” The Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison… Continue reading

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