About Sharon: Educating For Equality; Eliminating Racism

Photo of Sharon Hurley HallHi, I’m Sharon Hurley Hall, and I’m on a mission to educate and enlighten people so we are all more conscious, more considerate, and more capable of creating a world where everyone can thrive.

Here’s how I do that:

  • At Mission Equality, where I’m a co-founder, we use education as an agent of change to revolutionise business and leadership through our programmes at the Equaliversity. We’re also working at the individual, collective and systemic levels to create an alternative to capitalism that we call Equalism. And we’re using our company to test equality in action, and to prove it can work. (It can and it does!)
  • Through Sharon’s Anti-Racism Newsletter (SARN) (almost 6000 subscribers), I use my digital pen to arm future revolutionaries with the knowledge they need to see white supremacy culture and racism at work, and to consciously move in the opposite direction to become committed anti-racists and abolitionists. Unlike many others, I have a global perspective, born of having lived in the UK and the Caribbean, with frequent visits to the US and other parts of the world. I’ve collected some of the stories of lived Black experience in my book, I’m Tired of Racism.
  • I enjoy talking to people about equality and anti-racism, and doing my part to create a more equal world, so I participate often in online events and speaking engagements.

What else do you need to know about me?

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With my family in 2023
  • My core values are integrity, empowerment, transparency and equality.
  • My first foray into anti-racism was a Masters research project in the late 1990s that later became my book about colorism, Exploring Shadeism.
  • I spent more than three decades in the writing business as a journalist and freelancer. That experience serves me well in everything I create, especially since research is my superpower.
  • I’m an introvert by any measure you care to use, but that doesn’t stop me from speaking out and having important conversations.

Want to learn more about my work? Then please get in touch!

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