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The Women's Marches: Space for Growth through Popular & Unpopular Voices

Saturday February 4, 4:00PM

The Women's March was at the same time uplifting for some and unsettling for others. This creates a unique opportunity for a deeper understanding. Let's go deep together, with courage & compassion. If you are in the Triangle area of NC, contact us for details:

TED Talks Learn-fest

TED is a nonpartisan nonprofit devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks. 

So much to learn, so little time.  So let's share the ones that widened our eyes and hearts the most.  Share yours. Here are some of mine:

The Danger of A Single Story

​A Queer Version of Love & Marriage​

What we don't know about Europe's Muslim Kids

Being a Champion for Diversity & Inclusion in the Workplace

HEAD Talks: Courageous Conversations Worth Having

Parents & Young Adults: Bi-Directional Learning about the Issues of Today

I often call my 19 & 21 year old children when I want to make sure I have the broadest points of view and lingo on current events.  OMG! They're teaching me now? When did this shift happen? What is important for them to keep hearing from us?

​This conversation will create space to link across the parallel learning streams of parents and young adults

The writer Audre Lorde said it best: It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept, and celebrate those differences. HeadSpace NC will host bi-monthly facilitated conversations that Highlight, Embrace & Advance Diversity.  Let's make lasting change take root in a safe and authentic space.

A Willingness for Change 

‘I’m Prejudiced,’ He Said. Then We Kept Talking. by Heather C. McGhee, president of Demos, a public policy organization.

One morning in August, when I was a guest on C-Span, I got a phone callthat took my breath away.“I’m a white male,” said the caller, who identified himself as Garry from North Carolina. “And I’m prejudiced.”

An unexpected friendship resulted from this uncomfortable beginning. Our discussion will share perspectives on our willingness (or lack) for change through analysis of Heather's story.  

Topics Under Consideration for Upcoming HEAD Talks