"In my heart of hearts I believe it’s about looking within. Who’s in your circle of people? Who’s teaching your children? Who are you inviting into your home? What is your own bias?”
Tania Richard’s presentation at the HRAM D&I luncheon today was thought provoking, educational, funny, serious, and just the right amount of edgy. Tania, I so appreciated your message - I left feeling refreshed and charged up to do more. Go follow Tania and check out her podcast, Tania’s Take!
~Angela Cooper-VP Chief Diversity Officer at Mutual of Omaha
If you couldn't make it to the program on "Race, culture and the culture of race" today, let me tell you, Tania Richard's presentation was outstandingly funny and honest.
~Dominique Sierra Romero-MS, PHR, SHRM-CP
"As a congregation of mostly white adult Jews, we are using our sacred synagogue as a container for difficult conversations, for elevating our own complicity in racism, racist institutions and racist culture –in the same ways that we let religion hold us as we work on our own selves and we repair the world. Tania Richard led our synagogue in becoming more equitable and conscious in correcting our own racism. Her humor, patience and truth-telling helped us open to this work further. Her suggestion for us to “take the note” – to graciously receive difficult feedback and then take it upon ourselves (not the person of color) to learn and change was practical and savvy. As Tania taught, we are shining a tiny flashlight into the darkness, taking this work one step at a time. I’m grateful to Tania for helping us turn the light on in the first place."
~Rabbi Rachel Weiss, Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation
“Tania is funny, theatrical, direct, and pulls no punches. Tania calls it as she sees it where race and racism is concerned.”
-Nina Kavin of Dear Evanston
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