Organizing Dialogue, Experience and Knowledge for Complex Problem-Solving

Dismantling White Feminism with Layla F. Saad

by • March 10th, 2019

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Resilience Certification

by • November 26th, 2018

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We Are Water: Walking the Howsatunnuck for the 7th Generation

by • May 30th, 2018

Grandmother Carole Bubar-Blodgett, explaining aspects of the 220-mile Prayer Walk of the Howsatunnuck River (Housatonic).

Just another crazy old lady, Carole Bubar-Blodgett talks a lot. Her stories are personal, about the lessons, teachings, and experiences she’s had walking the Good Red Road. Emotion runs through her, especially gratitude. Grandmother Carole was at Standing Rock, where she gifted an Eagle Staff to the youth of the Seventh Generation. “It was always […]

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My First Risky Nonviolent Action

by • September 29th, 2017

Stellan Vinthagen holds the Endowed Chair in the Study of Nonviolent Direct Action and Civil Resistance at UMass Amherst.

Going to Boston to counterprotest white supremacy following the violence in Charlottesville did not turn out to be dangerous, but there was no way to know this in advance. Walking the Talk or keeping my plans? When I first learned of the antiracist rally in Boston, it did not cross my mind that I should […]

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The Plurilingual Advantage: Making the Business Case for Simultaneous Interpretation

by • September 28th, 2017

If culture is a tree, the health of the trunk is composed by the practices of codeswitching among languages.

Language has become a serious issue for multinational corporations. Research in this sub-field of international management has blossomed in the past decade, generating powerful data pointing to the need for interpreters within the daily operations of international business. However, there is a strong bias toward language standardization. Arguments in favor of ‘one corporate language’ rely […]

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Interpreting Eureka! The Possibilities of Plurilingualism

by • July 4th, 2017

Presented by co-author Jeffrey A Kappen in Copenhagen, Denmark at GEM&L 2017
“Revisiting Multilingualism at Work:
New Perspectives in Language-Sensitive Research in International Business”
GEM&L, Groupe d’Etudes Management &am…

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Native Nations Rise (5 Seconds of Eternity)

by • March 10th, 2017

We exist. We resist. We rise.

She was watching from a window. I waved. She waved back, then gave the universal symbol of prayer and respect. I returned the gesture: “I greet you. I honor you. We are connected.” She pressed her hand to her heart. I flashed a thumbs up.

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ERC Organizational Overview

by • February 22nd, 2017

Added: Feb 22, 2017By: stephjokeViews: 0Training for the Ecosystem Restoration Cooperative.

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Decision-Making

by • February 14th, 2017

Added: Feb 14, 2017By: stephjokeViews: 0Brief overview of decision-making processes in the Ecosystem Restoration Cooperative

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Resources on Whiteness

by • July 17th, 2016

A continuum of character development from white fragility through white fog toward appropriate whiteness.

These articles informed a recent talk on the topic of whiteness for sign language interpreters. “White people [must move] from an individual understanding of racism—i.e. only some people are racist and those people are bad—to a structural understanding [of white privilege].” ~ Dr Robin DiAngelo ~ White People: Stop Microvalidating Each Other, Stephanie Jo Kent […]

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