Integrative Inquiry October Reading List
Updated: Nov 11
Every so often, we'd like to share what we've been reading, watching, and listening to in case you want some new recommendations! You can see more suggestions anytime on our resource list.
Here is what we've been enjoying and learning from for October:
Georgie: The first presidential debate of 2020. “Because in our work as consultants trying to help communicate and bridge divides, we need to remember that this often doesn't happen, even at the highest levels.”
Kate: Talking Across the Divide by Justin Lee. “Justin Lee masterfully explores a difficult topic to help us all rethink how we approach conversations around value differences, which feels particularly urgent now given the election and the holiday season.”
Armeen: Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You by Jason Reynolds and Imbram X. Kendi
“A remix, more accessible to youth version of Stamped From the Beginning, which I also intend to read. A powerful account of atrocities and examining of psychological phenomena and lapses in logic that led the US to be as discriminant on the basis of color as it is.”