Remembering who we are for the well-being of all
When we understand this story, we can more easily divest ourselves of the dysfunctional role we have been groomed to play, and join with people of color in the creation of a life sustaining society.
BOOK CHAPTER IN LISTENING TO THE MOVEMENT
How we can use the power of restorative processes to cultivate racial justice.
SUBMITTED TO THE NORTHWEST FLORIDA DAILY NEWS
Challenging the divide-and-conquer politics of Trumpism in the south.
NASPA MEN & MASCULINITIES KNOWLEDGE COMMUNITY
Reflections on a collegiate project for men's transformation.
FUTURE PRIMITIVE PODCAST
David discusses the connections between white supremacy and capitalism and how to show white folks their stake in cross-racial organizing for social change.
BE HERE NOW NETWORK
David Dean and Eleanor Hancock discuss their online course, Roots Deeper Than Whiteness.
FRACTAL FRIENDS PODCAST
Bringing solidarity-based organizing to the center of our movements.
What kinds of healing might we need to confront the systems of exploitation our ancestors put in place?
The banner photo above, taken by Jack Rottier, is from the 1968 Poor People's Campaign, Martin Luther King Jr.'s final cause that sought to unite the multiracial working class to stand against the interlocking evils of poverty, racism, and militarism.