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Integrative Inquiry Reading List

Updated: Apr 15, 2021

Here are some resources we think inspire great discussion and reflection. You can see more suggestions anytime on our resource list.

Here is what we've been enjoying and learning from:

Fostering Intercultural Dialogue: The Argument for a Cultural Broker. Director of In Her Presence and one of our senior consultants Claudette Ndayininahaze pens this great article for our newsletter, Transformative Readership. She eloquently explains the process of engaging in cultural dialogue, and why having a professional cultural broker can be a big boost to your organization's efforts.

Read more articles at Transformative Readership.

The first presidential debate of 2020. We think this event showcased how in our work as consultants we are trying to help communicate and bridge divides, but need to remember that this often doesn't happen, even at the highest levels.

Talking Across the Divide by Justin Lee. Here, 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.

Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You by Jason Reynolds and Imbram X. Kendi

A remix, more accessible to youth version of Stamped From the Beginning, this is 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.

Read about how lenses of bias and moral conviction contribute to unchanging perceptions

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