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What We’re Listening To

I always thought myself a student of U.S. constitutional history, but I have become ashamed of how little I actually know about slavery – the scourge which impacts every aspect of who we are. I know for many of us, we’d rather not disrupt our sense of history. The New York Times’ “1619” audio series, hosted by Nikole Hannah-Jones, tells this story – our story – in a penetrating yet non-judgmental way. It is our essential listen this month.

Listen: New York Times’ “1619” Podcast

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2022 Year in Review eBook Foreword

Our 2022 eBook, The Rise of Conscious Capitalism and the Fall of Woke, is available now, featuring the following foreword by Richard Levick. “Having now finished