What if diversity is NOT the goal? That’s the question that our two guests dive into in this our 60th episode. Bruce and I chat with with Homa Tavangar and Eric Dozier who are collaborators at the Oneness Lab where they “seek to discover, learn and live models of cohesion and unity, toward building a better world.” Together, Homa and Eric help schools and organizations “unlock mindsets that are truly global” in order to build our collective capacity to have the “social-emotional skills needed simultaneously for global citizenship and local engagement.”
Homa is the author of Growing up Global: Raising Children to be at Home in the World. And Eric describes himself as “cultural activist, singer/songwriter, and educator leveraging the power of music to promote healing, justice and racial reconciliation.”
Tune in to hear Homa and Eric’s perspectives on the power of knowing history, learning how we build qualities of deep respect and relationships, the importance of reflection, and creating opportunities for shared community experiences. Our guests share insights and strategies into how school leaders, teachers, and parents can embrace the vital need to lead learning of global, cultural and racial competence.
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