From Carmen Van Kerckhove
The year 2006 was an exciting one for New Demographic! We announced our core beliefs, relaunched Mixed Media Watch as Racialicious, celebrated our first anniversary in podcasting with Addicted to Race, and launched two new blogs: Race Changers and Anti-Racist Parent.
We were fortunate enough to gain national media exposure through appearances on CNN and MSNBC, and we also expanded our client base into the corporate world.
The sad news was that my good friend and co-founder Jen Chau made the difficult decision to transition on from New Demographic, but I know you will all join me in wishing her the best as she builds on her important work with Swirl and New Leaders for New Schools.
Thank you so much for the wonderful support you've given to me and Jen. It's been an honor to get to know many of you, and I look forward to continuing our open and honest conversations about race and racism.
what can you expect
A new blog about workplace issues. Teleseminars that you can participate in no matter where you live. Downloadable MP3s and e-books of our most popular seminars.
And much, much more. I'm excited to see how we'll expand and evolve over the next 12 months.
Have a look
at the newly updated page on New Demographic's seminars and keynotes.
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comments bring humor to topics people are afraid to laugh at. As one of
my students said: 'People are afraid to talk about race, much less joke
about it.' Keep up the excellent work!"
feel like I've been walking around with blinders on. The myths you presented
really challenged me to be aware of these attitudes. Also, I feel challenged
to pay attention to my own preconceptions about interracial couples."
Chau and Carmen Van Kerckhove are respected experts in the field of mixed
race studies and community organizing, and I found their resources to
and Carmen are skilled at leading a thought-provoking discussion and are
aware of the different facets of a person's identity."
and Jen were open to sharing personal feelings, experiences, and insights
that others would not have so comfortably shared."
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