Raising the Impact of Our Voices for Change
The EmpowR Voice Blog features the voices and perspectives that disrupt the status quo, advocate for changes to dominant culture, and embrace the vulnerability of sharing lived experiences to encourage empathy, healing, community, accountability, equity, belonging, and transformative justice.
Personal reflections from a white woman to other white people about unpacking privilege, uncovering the truth of white supremacy culture, and how we can support healing of the deadliest disease in America.
As I look out the window at the reddening buds on the trees thwarted this year by mid-May snow and chilled temperatures, I wonder if the trees argue about the reasons for the snow. Do they blame people? Do they try to prove to each other who is right?
Creating space where sheltering-in-place or illness recovery can be fully experienced is an empowering way to validate the physical and emotional challenges while helping all people affected find acceptance with the current reality.
A PechaKucha presentation of the transformational aspects of Rae’s powerful journey.
If beating cancer means that you win, do you lose if you die? If someone is battling cancer, where is the space for language about love when the words are about fighting?
Rae Carter shares the experience of being diagnosed with DCIS breast cancer and additional illness and dis-ease which led to a complicated health crisis.
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