Raising the Impact of Our Voices for Change
The EmpowR Voice Blog features the voices of women standing in their power by speaking their truths. Perspectives challenge the status quo, advocate for changes to dominant culture, and embrace the vulnerability of sharing lived experiences to encourage healing, compassion, inclusion, equity, justice, and liberation.
A revealing look at how white women’s trauma responses to the Christian Church’s genocide of European women has unraveled, over time, into the energies that perpetuate the toxicity of white supremacy culture. An exploration into how white women taking personal responsibility for these behaviors contributes to personal and collective healing, emotional and spiritual health, and dismantling racism and oppression.
The harms of white supremacy culture are upheld by wealthy, white, privileged leaders, organizations, and institutions. Justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion work lies in decolonizing leadership and it is time to pass the torch in decision making to a full diversity of people with marginalized identities.
An overview of EmpowR published in the Marist College alumni publication. EmpowR founder, Rae Carter, was a 1998 graduate of Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York.
Taking responsibility for our behavior, shifting perspectives about capitalism, diversifying leadership, addressing liberal elitism, connecting racism and classism, and changing white culture can guide our path to collective liberation.
Improving diversity, equity and inclusion on boards of directors requires recognition and remediation of the economic and wealth gap constraints that prevent broader participation.
News release announcing the official launch of EmpowR, a healing and social justice enterprise centered in co-creating personal and cultural transformation.
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