At The Personalist Project: A Tunnel of Hope

At The Personalist Project: A Tunnel of Hope January 24, 2017

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It helps, sometimes, when trying to untangle knotty questions of what solidarity and personalism-in-action might look like, to have some real-life examples of a person-centered approach. Accordingly, I was thrilled to come across an amazing account of a Twitter conversation between a young black woman and an anonymous young man who began by trolling her with racist taunts on Martin Luther King Jr day, two years ago.

The conversation at first appears to be going nowhere…

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