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September 21, 2022 34 min

Deb and Amanda talk about how to trust the good in ourselves even though we are human and imperfect.

Deb shares her personal struggle with shame and white guilt as a person standing for racial justice.     


Deb Shine Valentine, PhD (she, her, hers) helps change makers, leaders, and educators who are committed to equity, justice AND joy! You can find her at https://thriving4equity.com


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