Posts Tagged ‘Boston’

  • Networks: a love story

    Networks: a love story

    November 11th, 2014 | Expressive Change | Curtis Ogden | No Comments

    We recently stumbled upon the work of Interaction Institute for Social Change (IISC), one of a growing number of capacity-building organizations taking an ‘inside-out’ approach to social transformation. One of their associates, Curtis Ogden, wrote this piece a few months back reflecting on their journey of stepping more fully into their most deeply held value: “the love that does justice”.

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  • Unbinding continued

    Unbinding continued

    February 13th, 2011 | Expressive Change | Warren Nilsson | 3 Comments

    Tana’s recent post on “unbinding” reminded me of some reflections I had made in a paper I wrote a few years ago. In a section that was actually called “The Unbinding,” I was thinking about how difficult it can be to recognize exactly what it is that binds us. For someone like Tana (disciplined, orderly, […]

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  • Inscaping


    March 13th, 2010 | Expressive Change | Warren Nilsson | 18 Comments

    Brandon, a teacher’s aide at Southwest Baltimore Charter School once said to me, “The weak link isn’t necessarily the person who doesn’t do the job well. It’s the person who doesn’t do the job from within or truthfully.”

    This is why, I think, that the most deeply engaging organizations I’ve encountered seem to be rooted in small, daily acts of personal revelation. […]

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