Racial Justice is a Principle of Trauma-Informed Systems
As ambassadors of hope, but more so as concerned citizens, we are committed to achieving racial and social equity by contributing to a more just and reconciled society in which community members can heal and realize their full potential.
Addressing cultural, historical, and gender issues are one of the six main principles of a trauma-informed approach to care.
Below is a TED talk by James A. White, Sr., an executive coach and management consultant. The owner and president of Performance Consulting Services in Columbus, Ohio, he helps individuals, groups and organizations recognize their potential, fine-tune their strategic messages and present them effectively. He discusses 50 years of racism and why silence is not the answer.