When I go in to teach some of my Cross-Cultural Literacy Sessions, I’ve found that there are some words and phrases that I need to be pretty careful with using, or I literally risk losing the ear & heart of many of the white people that I am trying to help navigate this world of race & culture.
True multiculturalism can be one of life’s greatest gifts, but in today’s environment it can come with plenty of challenges. Join PLAIN ENGLISH Founder, Jay English, as he has fun, engaging and honest conversations while answering difficult questions pertaining to issues of race and culture.
Each one of our Cross-Cultural Literacy Sessions focuses on engaging both the mind (through humor & fact based story-telling) and the heart (through personality, personal experience & transparency). Check out our core sessions here.
Racism. Those six little letters make up a small word that has had such an enormous impact on our nation.
Many of us take literacy for granted because a portion of our population has always had access to it.
I am so tired of coming across church people who want to argue that churches should have nothing to do with the fight for social justice for which so many of us, myself included, are doing everything we can to bring attention to.