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Just Imagine…the Inevitability of Inequality?

It was to be the model of equality in a corporate office. The architect for the new offices was charged with designing an office complex that was symbolic of the corporation’s equality initiative. The model that he presented was groundbreaking in its concept. The...

We’re Hiring!

The Interactivity Foundation announces an opening for a full-time position of Visiting Fellow. The position is for an original term of two years, with the possibility of renewal or transition to a permanent position. This is a hybrid position, largely remote with...

Just Imagine…Thought Leaders for Social Change

Howard Thurman was born in 1899 in Daytona Beach, Florida where he and his family lived in the all-Black community of Waycross. Much of Howard’s life journey was shaped by his grandmother, a former enslaved person. After Howard finished eighth grade, he had to...

Just Imagine…A Passion for Healing

Eula Hall was born in 1927 near Greasy Creek, Kentucky. Her parents were tenant farmers. She started school at age nine and completed eight grades in five years, but she never attended high school because it was too far away to attend. Her only time away from...

Just Imagine…Integrity Influencers

Frank Minis Johnson was born in 1918 in an area of northern Alabama known for independent thinking. Back in 1861, his home county, Winston county, opposed seceding from the Union—declaring itself the "Free State of Winston" during the Civil War. Johnson's life...

What Matters…Sculpting Visions

As the director of the local arts museum, Jenny Aguilar was one of the most connected persons in her community. Lately when she met with her colleagues, as a group or individually, their conversations would turn to the ways their community seemed to be a microcosm...

Just Imagine…Mediating for Your People

  Sarah Winnemucca was born in 1844 to the Paiute nation in what is now western Nevada. When she was six, she went to California to be with her grandfather. Her grandfather introduced her to white settlers, thinking it was important for her to learn their language...