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Say yes… but have a plan first

“Where there is an abundance of chaos, there usually is a lack of boundaries”

With dementia, it helps to forgive your forgets

Coming to terms with a life-changing diagnosis

The weight of unconscious bias

Think of it as a heavy backpack that people of color have to carry around every day

“The concept of race itself is dehumanizing”

An interview with James Woodall, human rights activist and author, about how we can improve race relationships

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Think of it as a heavy backpack that people of color have to carry around every day

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In the context of Black History Month, Living City sat down for an in-depth interview with James Woodall. Along with Dr. Mark Ellingsen, he co-authored Wired for Racism? in which they explore the question from a unique perspective. James, 29, who currently serves as public policy associate at Southern Center for Human Rights, is founder and CEO of The Major Wish Group LLC, and associate minister at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church in Marietta, Georgia. He has served as Georgia NAACP State President and as an intelligence analyst in the U.S. Army.