Speaking Out

Posted on 28 May 2008

Everyday stories about speaking out against racist, sexist, or homophobic remarks in public. Is it possible to do it straightforwardly with kindness, humor, and without acting like the “morality police”? What happens when we care enough about a stranger to encourage them not to succumb to peer pressure? In our personal lives, how do we take steps toward a more healthy family and work life? Listeners call in and we interview Karima Amin, a story-teller in Buffalo NY.

Listen: Be the Change 2008-05-28

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