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Kathleen and Stephen Gilligan
We live in a time of unprecedented challenge, when our very survival depends on the courage and commitment to integrate the deep racial wounds of the world soul. Racism is one of deepest addictions of them all, with all its attendant denials and chronic patterns of dehumanization. The recovery from such addictions requires a lot of help and community connection, and I am privileged and lucky to have Kathleen Dameron as one of my guides on this journey. She is a sort of contemporary “holy woman” who has lived true to her African American roots while moving through many other cultural, spiritual, and healing traditions. All of what she has lived is now coming through her teaching on how heal our addiction to racism, and I highly recommend her to you.
Stephen Gilligan, Ph.D. best-selling author, psychologist, international trainer in generative change.
It’s Working for Me
- Cecile has been an active participant in several Transform White racism programs since June 2020. We have deepened her racial literacy and her ability to foster racial healing in herself, her environment, and in the world around her.
- She has contributed to our events her skill in moderating discussions on racism with large groups of mixed nationalities and races.
- She has mentored another participant, Eileen Cauley, design her presentations on the ongoing support we bring to the Elaine Legacy Center: donations of needed goods to the descendants of the massacre and spreading the word to a wider public the facts surrounding one of the largest US massacres of Black landowners and business people.
Fire breathing Bob
Kathleen Dameron is interviewed by Fire Breathing Rob for his Florida podcast on her work with white people on transforming white racism. They begin with Kathleen sharing her life story weaving in her journey from East St Louis, IL home of the 1917 race riots to Paris, France.