Episode 118: Compassion, Curiosity and Boundaries

“How do you think about drawing boundaries around what someone can say or can’t say around you? When have you drawn boundaries? When do you wish you’d drawn boundaries? Where –specifically- are your boundaries?”

Elena Aguilar

How do you hold compassion and curiosity when you experience racism? When do you draw boundaries around people who say racist things? 

These are a few of the questions we explore in today’s episode where Elena is once again joined by her teammate, LesLee Bickford, who shares a very personal story about how she responded to racism expressed by her family.

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