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Eraka Rouzorondu, Empowerment Specialist spoke on April 2, 2017 at the Baltimore Ethical Society about “The Good News About Racism!”
There is a reason why the valiant efforts to address racism and improve race relations have been only marginally successful. The “good news” about the increased visibility of racism is that the door is open for frank and direct conversations about racism and white supremacy that allow us to finally address the core issue. This presentation offers solutions to the problem and will empower each individual with a foundation for direct action. “The Good News About Racism!” was selected for inclusion in the 2016-2017 post-graduate curriculum at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The presentation elevates this critical conversation from hatred to understanding, from fear to courage, and from blame to responsibility.
Eraka Rouzorondu is a nationally acclaimed Empowerment Specialist. She has presented for organizations such as the Smithsonian Institution, Association of Black Psychologists, Lockheed Martin and General Dynamics; spoken at various colleges and universities around the country; and keynoted at various national conventions. Her latest publication is “Answers: A Philosophical Foundation for an Empowered Life,” a “how-to” personal empowerment manual. Eraka is committed to “the empowerment of individuals through a principle-based life, to the empowerment of the human race through principled individuals and to achieving justice in all human relationships.” Learn more at progressivehumanbeing.com.
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AEU must become more than applying bandages over gushing wounds. It must become a grass roots political structure. AEU must start an aggressive program to advertise itself as the group which seeks to bring about the will of the people. Not just in USA but world wide. What is required is focus on building a massive base of members. If just 25% of each states population were AEU members, it would be a tipping point. Also, The time is ripe for the many faithful leaving corrupt religious organizations but still feel spiritual and want to help others. ... See MoreSee Less