The LBRH Writing Team

The Little Book of Racial Healing, like the CTTT Approach shared within its pages, was a team effort. Below is more information about everyone.Jodie Geddes, co-author. As a Jamaican native having grown up in Brooklyn, NY, Jodie uses her story as a catalyst for...

Gathering the Community at Monticello

by Prinny Anderson Sitting under the porch while my parents attended an annual meeting of the Monticello Association (MA) in the late fifties, it occurred to me that my Monticello Randolph relatives–all descendants of Thomas Jefferson–must include many, many African...

Connecting and Healing Through Action

by Phoebe Kilby When I began my quest to determine if my family had owned slaves I focused on slavery alone and not the repercussions of it. I quickly learned after meeting descendants of people my family enslaved, that wounds inflicted during the Civil Rights era, a...

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