EP 30: Patricia Cosulich: Learning to listen, seeking out diversity in your community, and building self-awareness
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In today’s episode, we are talking to Patricia Cosulich who is a social innovator, playwright, and advocate who uses interdisciplinary approaches to tackle complex problems in our communities.
Come join us for this real, authentic, and honest conversation about what it looks like to be an activist in 2021. In this episode, we answer questions like:
>What does it mean to you to be an activist in 2021 and do you consider yourself to be one?
>What do you think anti-racism is and why do you think it’s so important?
>How can you hold your own experience and in a servant-hearted way, honor the experiences of marginalized groups that have different experiences from your own?
>What is one of the biggest lessons you have learned through creating inclusion and equity in your corner of the world?
>For the people thinking about where to start, how can you find something that you can create change around?
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