About This Show
INCLUSIVE ACTIVISM - This is Inclusive Activism Podcast – It comes from the idea love is an action word. We don’t just want to be enlightened to the reality of “ism” we want to DO something about it. To get active in the community and to learn about how to keep our learning ongoing. We never want to stop learning
The purpose of the podcast is to learn and explore more with Diversity and Inclusion and how that relates to the concept of personal leadership. We want to learn more about how we can all be as inclusive as possible while also exploring personal leadership and how to be our best selves.
I’m your host Rowdy – for all things related to the idea of Inclusion as well as how you can make your team better through the opportunity of inclusive and transformational leadership.
This is a place and space for a deep dive into topics that are of concern to this community. Those of us who engage in the work and are staunchly Anti-“ist”Read more »
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Interview with Paul C Gorkski
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Today Inclusive Activism talks with renowned Diversity Educator Paul Gorski. Paul C. Gorski is Associate Professor of Integrative Studies in New Century College at George Mason University. He is the founder of EdChange and the Multicultural Pavilion, a Web site that has won more than a dozen awards internationally for its contribution to multicultural education […]Read more »
Rated 5 out of
Brilliant - Never considered Leadership this way
The idea that we find a form of personal leadership as a way to get better as an individual through the avocation of others its a whole new way of looking at Leadership. The need to get better as an individual so you can better serve your community takes the urgency of self improvement out of a sense of selfism. The need to matter for others to help others who need our advocacy is acute. The fact that this podcast helps us connect the need for personal improvement as a way to help those who need liberation from oppression is a take on leadership we have never seen explored. Brilliant, Timely, and on point!
Date published: 2017-04-06