Talking Story and teaching inclusion with Patti Digh

Stepping Into Truth: Conversations on Race, Gender, and Social Justice

Episode 13

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In this episode Patti Digh and I talk about the power of story, what inclusion looks like and how we move from our specific silos to being a more inclusive society. In this conversation we look at ways to navigate the challenges that we face in our work places, as a country, and as individuals.

Patti Digh has written 8 books on global diversity and living mindfully, has worked and traveled in over 60 countries, has served on the President's Committee on the Employment of People with Disabilities, and has learned more from her transgender Autistic son than from any of those other experiences. Patti is the founder of The Art of Activism and Life is a Verb Camp, and is currently writing a book on the history of normalcy with her husband, John Ptak.

Resources mentioned in this episode:
Life is A Verb by Patti Digh
The Geography of Loss: Embrace What Is, Honor What Was, Love What Will Be by Patti Digh
Change: Principles of Problem Formation and Problem Resolution by Paul Watzlawick

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CREDITS: Harmonica music courtesy of a friend

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