After years of attending and offering racial justice and equity learning experiences, I realized that I rarely initiated or participated in direct conversations about integrity, morality, or ethics. Perhaps the topics we touched implicitly referred to ethics or morals, but we never actually spent time talking about the mechanics of integrity in our work and lives.
Brass Tacks: Exploring Integrity With Eowyn Corral, Program and Development Director, Dakota Rural Action Brass Tacks is our labor of love – answering your toughest questions on taking your big ideas and putting them into action each month. View Brass Tacks Archive
I’ve been thinking quite a bit about neighbors lately.
No, not my literal neighbors, although I am quite blessed with some great ones. I’ve been reflecting on what it means to be a neighbor in the greater Lewiston/Auburn area of Maine, my heart’s home.
Brass Tacks: Building Power with Your Neighbors With Devon Hall, Executive Director of Rural Empowerment Association for Community Help Brass Tacks is our labor of love – answering your toughest questions on taking your big ideas and putting them into action each month. View Brass Tacks Archive