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* 1. In "The Fire Next Time", James Baldwin said: “To accept one’s past—one’s history—is not the same thing as drowning in it; it is learning how to use it. An invented past can never be used; it cracks and crumbles under the pressures of life like clay in a season of drought.”

In the Equity Practitioner Program (EPP), we use history as a means of understanding our current landscape. Equity Practitioners are deeply knowledgable of the history of America and believe that there is much more work to do in bringing about sustainable change for future generations.

What interests you in becoming an equity practitioner?

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* 2. In your opinion, what is the greatest issue of equity currently facing our country?

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* 3. We believe that the word passion is overused, or at least, not fully understood. The latin root of the word means to suffer. In EPP, we ask the question: Are you passionate (are you willing to you suffer) for bringing about equity?

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* 4. If you're still interested in engaging in this critical work, please provide us your contact details. 

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