Well, this has been a year of highs, lows and in-betweens. Here’s my 2022 recap. Lows and In-Betweens for 2022 The lows were discovering – not really a surprise – that being in charge of diversity, equity and belonging (and doing some pretty groundbreaking work in that role) doesn’t exempt you from experiencing racism at … Read more
I was delighted to be Dr. Rita S. Fierro’s guest on the Collective Power podcast. In this episode, I talk about the anti-racism work I’m doing through my newsletter and Diverse Leaders Group, and much more. Here’s the Collective Power podcast episode: And here are the show notes.
So, my sister and I were featured in a Forbes article by Dana Brownlee. It’s all about the intersection of introversion and ethnicity, and why many Black women – and Black people – dread a return to the office. It was an honor for both of us, even more so because so few people from … Read more
Anti-Racism Writing From Sharon Hurley Hall in August and September 2021 Racism never sleeps, and there was a lot to write about in August and September. As well as two articles on Haiti, this bumper collection of anti-racism writing includes articles on racism in the workplace, using language, performative anti-racism, and more. Plus there are … Read more
Anti-Racism Writing From Sharon Hurley Hall in July 2021 If there’s one theme that keeps recurring in anti-racism circles, it’s that Black people are tired. We’re giving ourselves permission to rest when we need to, and come back to the fight when we’re ready. One of the things we’re tired of is existing in unsafe … Read more
Anti-Racism Writing From Sharon Hurley Hall in June 2021 It won’t have escaped your notice that this roundup of anti-racism articles published in June is woefully late. That’s because a hurricane hit the island where I live at the start of July, around the time I’d normally put this together. Our home escaped damage, but … Read more