Tag Archives: African-American

The Interrupters: Inspiring Leadership in the Streets

The spirit of leadership shows best when individuals put themselves on the line for the good of community. I write about this heartfelt, courageous form of leadership as aloha leadership, a committed, holistic practice of leadership that works with core values of integrity, self-knowledge, and respect for relationships. Certainly, the Interrupters are a living example […]

Olympic Hair Controversy: REALLY???

First, let me say, itʻs not a real controversy, although it sure reads like one! People didnʻt like her hair clips, her hair style, a debate about black womenʻs hair that is a longterm American obsession. (See Vanessa Williams informative history of African American hairstyles here!) Williams concludes: “Sisters need to relax. It shouldn’t matter […]