An interview of Tabitha Pope, Director of Disability from Nazarene University in Oklahoma City, OK. Tabitha brings a unique perspective to the topic of intersectionality and agency as it relates to disability in our society. She dives into the need for acceptance rather than tolerance!!
As a woman of colour, I choose to stand and kneel in solidarity with my black brothers and sisters. Are you ready to step into action against racism (and other isms), inequality and inequity in your community and for the sake of others? Practical steps also found in my blog at www.seemaglobalconsulting.com
As a concious black male in America, Okey shares humbly and graciously the plight of black males along with tools that will help them not only survive but also thrive. His story started in the Southeast side of Chicago, IL, USA and he now currently works on Capitol Hill, in the Washington, D.C., area for the U.S. Department of Health & Human Resources.