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Episode 96

Healing America’s Racial Wounds

One of the greatest issues we still face as a global culture is racism.

In this conversation with executive coach Amiel Handelsman we dive into the diversity within the anti-racism movement, how coaches can help, the Omni-American vision, working with white shame and embodied racism.

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In this podcast we talk about:

02:50 Diversity in the anti-racism movement
09:00 The need to have skin in the game
17:10 Entry points for coaches
20:20 Staying curious and learning
27:15 Rooted in culture and being cosmopolitan
31:45 Holding an Omni-American vision
38:30 Points for reflection
46:20 Working with white shame
49:05 Embodied racism
54:25 Reframing anti-racism

Resources Mentioned:
White Fragility, by Robin DiAngelo
Ibram X. Kendy
Resmaa Menakem
Bret Weinstein
Bob Kegan
Jennifer Garvey Berger
Greg Thomas
The Omni-Americans, by Albert Murray
Henry Louis Gates

About Amiel

Amiel Handelsman
Amiel Handelsman

Amiel Handelsman is an executive coach and change consultant, helping leaders and teams rise to the challenge of complexity. He is passionate about navigating cultural waters as an anti-race anti-racist. Amiel has been developing leaders since 1993 and previously directed business development for New Ventures West. He’s the author of Practice Greatness: Escape Small Thinking, Listen Like A Master, And Lead With Your Best.


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