How to Cultivate Belonging in a Divided Culture

Brené Brown’s new book explores how our society can move past shame and hate toward empathy, connection, and true belonging.

Rather than doing experiments or quantitative analyses, Brown’s qualitative research (much of which has not been published in peer-reviewed journals) involves conducting long interviews with people and then identifying concepts and patterns in what they say. Through this process, she’s discovered four practices shared by people who have a sense of true belonging—actions we should take in our society if we want to come together across our differences.

You can read about the 4 KEYS here: How to Cultivate Belonging in a Divided Culture

 

 

Structural Racism Timeline – ERASE Racism

Structural racism involves the cumulative and compounding effects of an array of societal factors including the history, culture, ideology, and interactions of institutions and policies that systematically privilege white people and disadvantage people of color. See a timeline here: Structural Racism Timeline – ERASE Racism