I do have a lot to say! Here’s where I comment on current events, cultural issues in the press and the many other areas of cultural inclusion and exclusion that affect all of us.
The Cheri Hill Show Interview: Kim O'Reilly Ph.D., UNR Professor Spoke with Cheri Hill, Wealth Protection Diva on The Cheri Hill Show. They discussed multicultural issues in the workplace and elsewhere, and the economic impact as well. Recorded live on January 3,...read more
What is culture? What cultures do we identify with, and why does it matter? There are an estimated 350 definitions of culture. With so many definitions, it almost seems too broad and encompassing to even be useful. However, there are ways to clarify the term and to...read more
“We often don’t see things as they are – we see them as we are.” - Anais Nin I love this quote! It captures how we look at people, events, and ideas through our own life experiences, our beliefs, and our feelings. In other words, we look through our own cultural...read more
The Business Case for Racial Equity was published by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation in October 2013. The report’s groundbreaking conclusions have given businesses something to strive for - not only for economic reasons, but out of a desire to create productive and safe...read more
Critical thinking is the “objective analysis and evaluation of an issue in order to form a judgment.” Without the skill or ability to think critically, we stay in, or revert to, ego-centric and socio-centric thinking. Considering the rights and needs of others does...read more
As I have followed the events surrounding the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, and the ensuing Grand Jury decision, I have been reminded over and over again of my first month as a new teacher. Although, not the same degree of violence, but racial tensions tore a small Illinois community apart.read more