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Let's continue to brew... “The Truth about The Truth" with Kerri Fisher! (part 2)
We are inundated with messages that beg us to embrace the world in black-and-white but the myths of "common sense" and "one-right-way" are tools of supremacy seeking to limit imagination and thus liberation not only for those of us who are marginalized but for those who bear the burden of being the witness, accomplice, or perpetrator of violence in the world. Many of us are on the path to embody more non-binary, diunital, both/and/and ways of being human, but how do we practically embrace truth in the various dimensions, tensions, and contradictions where it lives without losing our identities--without altogether losing our way?
Get ready for some brewtastic goodness as Janel & Ryan sit down with the Kerri Fisher for part 2! The force is strong with this one...
Kerri Fisher is a creative non-fiction writer and poet who explores black and biracial identity in the American South. Her work has been recognized by the Writer's League of Texas, The Collegeville Institute, and The Mayborn Literary Non-Fiction Conference. Her poetry has been featured in Apricity Magazine and The MockingHeart Review. Kerri is also a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Social Work Educator, and regularly invited speaker/ DEI Consultant on topics including cultural humility, intersectionality, supremacy culture, and anti-oppressive practices. Find Kerri's creative work at:
https://www.instagram.com/blackwhiteotherblog/ & https://www.kerrifisher.com.
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