Life Coaching for Parents

with Torie Henderson

Black Lives Matter

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This week I am muting my voice (or at least dimming it down) to help amplify the voices of women of color. I am allowing myself to be uncomfortable while I learn and grow. I want to be in the arena, taking risks and creating positive social change in our country. I want to help end systemic racism in our country. I want be on the right side of history and that starts with changing myself and my habits. I am listening, learning and taking new risks that are in alignment with my values. I invite you to join me by listening, learning, following and donating to these organizations.

www.blacklivesmatter.com 

www.colorofchange.org

75 things you can do to for racial injustice  (includes recommended readings for your book club)

Anti-Racism book list for kids and adults 

Instagram #amplifymelanatedvoices

The King Center – online protest

Podcast: Into America – White Accountability 

Podcast – How to be anti-racist

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