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A Plea to All: End of the Year Message

December 13, 2018 by Vicki Flier Hudson No Comment

Greetings Highroaders,      Normally as the year draws to a close, I like to send out an inspiring happy message to my readers. This year, I would like to make an impassioned plea to all. The human brain is both a glorious and frightening thing. It gives us the ability to reason and make ...

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I Hate, You Hate, We All Hate: Facing Our Human Capacity

June 28, 2018 by Vicki Flier Hudson No Comment

Some days I feel discouraged by being human. While we have great capacity for good, we seem to have endless capacity to hate deeply and profoundly. We all hate, and that unfortunately includes me and you. And no matter how many lessons history offers us, we have not eradicated the most egregious forms of hate ...

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The Power of “Through” in Difficult Dialogue

March 29, 2018 by Vicki Flier Hudson No Comment

I recently attended the Institute for Cross Cultural Management 2018 Summit (http://research3.fit.edu/iccm/) in Orlando, Florida. The event inspired me and gave me the strength to continue my mission of compassionate courage in these difficult times. The highlights of the Summit were numerous, including an energizing conversation with astronaut Winston Scott, working on a case study for the ...

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Meeting the Hate of Neo-Nazis with Compassion and Courage

October 26, 2017 by Vicki Flier Hudson No Comment

Dear Highroaders, I appreciate you being a part of our community. You may have noticed that I did not publish a blog last month. I instead was taking part in a painful but significant journey: My response to the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, VA. As a Jewish person, the rally for me was all ...

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