Staying Authentic and Real

1. Know who you are

2. Open dialogues, not network asks

3. Recognize when you are engaging marginalized communities and how that is different

4. Reach out and apologize

Being authentic takes work. You have to do it, to be it.

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wordsmith, activist, and artist. She is the author of the collection "This Void Beckons". www.ajkodonnell.com

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wordsmith, activist, and artist. She is the author of the collection "This Void Beckons". www.ajkodonnell.com

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