#139: Building a Multiracial Liberation Movement through a Polarity Lens featuring Beth Applegate
In this episode, we talk with our special guest Beth Applegate about building a multiracial liberation movement through a polarity lens.
Beth is the founder of Applegate Consulting Group (ACG), a woman-owned organizational development (OD) practice with three decades of experience with national and international not-for-profit organizations, academic institutions, and governmental agencies.
She identifies as an Applied Behavioral Science scholar-practitioner positioned to bring to the forefront the tradition of inquiry and dialogue to the service of social justice and healthy individuals, groups, and organizations in the world.
We discuss “Chapter 5: Support and Challenge – For You and Me” that she authored in the Volume 2 book collated by Barry Johnson, which talks about building a multiracial liberation movement by using a polarity lens and how to apply it to ourselves as anti-racist white people.
We also talk about the implications of having EITHER/OR thinking and how a polarity lens inviting AND/BOTH thinking is critical to multiracial liberation.
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