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By: Mike Eichler

In: Consensus Organizing: Building Communities of Mutual Self-Interest

Chapter 5: Cultural Competency in Consensus Organizing

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Cultural Competency in Consensus Organizing
Cultural competency in consensus organizing

In consensus organizing, you work with a large number of very different people. You have the opportunity to see how differences in race, age, gender, ethnicity, and sexual orientation cut across consciousness. Sometimes these differences can divide us like thin paper shredded on a windy day. We live in very different worlds and very divided times. Some people prey on any difference they can find to put wedges between us, making our separateness feel natural, inevitable, and even sometimes desirable. Many times after the 9/11 attacks ...

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