We Belong in Solidarity
“When we are healers ourselves, as leaders, then we can spread that healing to more people as we try to build racial solidarity and racial equity in the United States and abroad.”
~ Kristyna Jones
WKKF Community Leadership Network fellows talk about the importance of truthful conversations and real accountability to help all of us heal – individually and collectively – from the effects of racism.
“There are forces in society that make us think we are different from each other … and therefore we can’t work together toward racial equity. And actually, those divisions aren’t real,” says Yvanna Cancela, former Nevada state senator and national cohort fellow.