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Generation Carbon: Earth-friendly, back-to-school resource for families, kids, and educators

Generation Carbon: Earth-friendly, back-to-school resource for families, kids, and educators

Are you looking for back-to-school activities that can get your kids and students engaged all year long? The best-selling book, Carbon Almanac: It’s Not Too Late, released a version of the book for kids called Generation Carbon: It’s Time to Start. This book is not just perfect for kids; parents and educators will also enjoy reading and sharing this easy to digest book about the role we all play in climate change. Better yet, the book is designed to be ready BY kids TO the grown-ups in their lives!

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The Role of Space-based Technologies in Healthcare on Earth

The Role of Space-based Technologies in Healthcare on Earth

In April of 2020, Integrated Work had the honor of partnering with the International Space University to develop a virtual offering that would fill the gap left by not being able to offer their regular summer program on campus in Strasbourg, France. The findings from the work that the cohort of nearly 90 space-professionals from all over the world accomplished, focused on the role of space-based technologies in addressing and remediating health crises on earth, were recently published in Nature Medicine. 

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Mission Matters, But Are You Stuck?

Mission Matters, But Are You Stuck?

While we guide individuals to lead with purpose, we often send these folks back into systems that haven’t really evolved to support new ways of thinking and being. Download CEO Jennifer Simpson’s thought-provoking piece “Amplify Your Impact: Making the Most of Mission-Driven Leadership” to learn about an organizing model that helps leaders deliver on their vision.

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🎥  Color blind or color brave – Mellody Hobson

🎥  The geography of inequality – Kevin Ehrman-Solberg

🎥  Lucky Zipcodes – Amy Hunter

🎥  The problem with race-based medicine – Dorothy Roberts

🎥  An interview with the founders of Black Lives Matter – Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors, Opal Tometi, Mia Birdsong

🎥  How to deconstruct racism, one headline at a time – Baratunde Thurston

📰 How to Be Less Stupid About Race – Crystal Marie Fleming 

📰 The Urgency of Intersectionality Ted Talk – Kimberlé Crenshaw 

📰 The Unbearable Grief of Black Mothers” – A. Rochaun Meadows-Fernandez 

📰 “George Floyd’s Mother was not there but he used her as a Sacred Invocation”  – Lonnae O’Neal 

📰 The Plug – Sherrell Dorsey 

📰 “Dear White People: Here are 10 Actions You can take to Promote Racial Justice in the Workplace”  – Dana Brownlee 

📰 How to Be a Good American – Dana Brownlee 

📰 CNN’s Omar Jimenez Could Have Been Me — Or Any of My Black Colleagues – Jada Gomez 

📰 What We Should Have Learned From the L.A. Riots – Erik Parker 

📰 How to Make This Moment the Turning Point for Real Change – Barack Obama 

📰 Maintaining Professionalism in the Age of Black Death Is… A Lot – Shenequa Golding 

📰 How White Women Can Use Their Privilege to End Racism – Tikia K. Hamilton, PhD 

📰 My Dad Warned Me About the Myth of Racial Progress — He Was Right – Drew Costley 

📰 We Won’t Let This Moment Be a Trend – Vanessa K. De Luca 

📰 Office Allies Can’t Undo Yet Another Black Murder – The Only Black Guy In the Office 

📰 There’s No Such Thing as a Pretty Protest – Tirhakah Love 

📚 Me & White Supremacy – Layla Saad 

📚 How to Be An Anti-Racist – Ibram X. Kendi

📚 So You Want to Talk About Race? – Ijeoma Oluo

📚 I’m Still Here – Austin Channing Brown

📚 Women, Race & Class – Angela Davis

📚  Equality: Courageous Conversations about Women, Men and Race to Spark a Diversity and Inclusion Breakthrough – Trudy Bourgeois

📚 
White Fragility – Robin DiAngelo

📚 Inner Work of Racial Justice – Rhonda Magee

📚 Racial Justice and Antiracism Book List – Des Moines Public Library

📚 Caste: Origins of Our Discontent – Isabel Wilkerson

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Leadership to Practice: The JEDI Way

Leadership to Practice: The JEDI Way

Growing up, I moved around a lot, including several stints living overseas.  I was the new kid in school almost every year (sometimes twice in a single year) between third and ninth grades.  I’ve often said that this experience taught me early that the world was much bigger than me and that there was no “right way” to do most of the things that humans care most about.

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Generation Carbon: Earth-friendly, back-to-school resource for families, kids, and educators

Generation Carbon: Earth-friendly, back-to-school resource for families, kids, and educators

Are you looking for back-to-school activities that can get your kids and students engaged all year long? The best-selling book, Carbon Almanac: It’s Not Too Late, released a version of the book for kids called Generation Carbon: It’s Time to Start. This book is not just perfect for kids; parents and educators will also enjoy reading and sharing this easy to digest book about the role we all play in climate change. Better yet, the book is designed to be ready BY kids TO the grown-ups in their lives!

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