Our vocabularies and mental models are well-formed, often without realizing the biases that are built in. As a result, it is easy to unconsciously offend or exclude others.
Every day, we experience, see, or learn more about inequalities, injustice, flaws in human relations, racism, equity, and our hallmarks of governing.
Without a doubt, 2020 was the most challenging year for most of us. We witnessed a global health pandemic resulting in quarantines, hospitalizations, health resource shortages, deaths, record-speed development and deployment of vaccines, polarizing elections, racial injustices, economic highs and lows, unemployment rise, businesses shuttered, education systems pivoting to provide remote teaching and learning … I could go on, and
Join me December 1, as part of Fielding University’s Giving Day December 1 is Fielding’s Giving Day. Brought to you by the Office of Development on behalf of Fielding and their students, are several events to share the impact of philanthropy on Fielding’s programs. The virtual events are designed for all members of the Fielding community. Everyone is welcome: students,
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