The final episode of Season 1 of the Leading From the Inside Out Podcast is going to be a bit different than previous ones, and we’re very excited to share it with you next week!
In the meantime, we invite you to join all of us here at Rockwood as we wind down this year and this decade (what?!) by completing the following sentences:
- I am leaving ___________ behind in the last decade.
- I want to bring ____________ into the next decade.
If you’re looking to do some deeper work to prepare yourself for 2020, consider checking out “132 Of The Best Questions To Help You Reflect On Your Purpose”.
Alum in the News
- Taj James was a guest on Healing Justice Podcast, as were some of our neighbors from Chinese Progressive Association
- Pramila Jayapal was the subject of a Buzzfeed article about her work across the aisle with Republican Rep. Mark Meadows
- Jessica González-Rojas did a Q&A with Re.Wire News about her 13 years at the National Latina Institute
- Mónica Ramirez co-authored an article in Business Insider about Latina Equal Pay Day
- Rashad Robinson’s “I’m happy to boycott Chick-fil-A – but that doesn’t make Popeyes progressive” appeared in The Guardian
- Pamela Thompson, as part of The Beautiful Project collective, is currently showing her work at The Metropolitan Museum of Art as part of the exhibition Pen, Lens & Soul: The Story of The Beautiful Project
- Vanessa Daniel’s “Philanthropists Bench Women of Color, the M.V.P.s of Social Change, and we all lose out” appeared in The New York Times
- Rebecca Cokley was featured in an article about the disability rights platforms of 2020 presidential candidates
- Destiny Lopez wrote “Advocates are Crossing the Country on the Bold AF National Road Trip for Abortion Coverage” for Ms. Magazine
- Maori Karmael Holmes, Kristen Clarke, Marsha Jones, Aisha Nyandoro, Arisha Hatch, Deon Haywood, Fatima Goss Graves, LaTosha Brown, Laphonza Butler, Mary Hooks, and Ash-lee Woodard Henderson were all included in Essence‘s 2019 Woke 100
- “Sick of both consensus and hierarchical decision-making? There is a third way” by Ananda Valenzuela
- “Rachel Cargle insists rest is the real revolution for Black women” as told to Olivia Fleming
- “What decolonization is, and what it means to me” by Tina Curiel-Allen
- “Why does ritual matter for social change?” by Niki Seth-Smith
- “The Unspoken Complexity of ‘Self-Care’” by Deanna Zandt