In this article, one of our team members explores how celebrating holiday traditions in the midst of a global pandemic, social strife and climate degradation provides an opportunity for reinvention of ourselves and our identities.
Joy Endures Despite Injustice: An Important Reminder in JEDI Work
Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) work often feels heavy to participate in and lead. Let’s imagine what JEDI could look like and mean for us if we took a light-weighted approach. This article highlights joy as an important feature of our JEDI journeys. We offer a collection of lessons and strategies that help foster joy alongside the justice we strive to strengthen in our world.
Letters from Kamp
During September, the Integrated Work team gathered in Boulder, Colorado for a KOAN Kamp retreat to connect, serve the community, and plan for the future. Here are some personal accounts of what some team members found memorable.
Impact Amplified: The Power of Connection
“Seek first to understand, then to be understood.” What does this line by Stephen Covey means to you? If we want to amplify our impact through the work that we do every day, building meaningful connections and leveraging those connections to make progress towards our goals, mission, and vision is key.