Redefining Who Belongs
Recent acute instances of failed political leadership—particularly around the pandemic and an ongoing lack of action to protect Black lives—have shone a bright light on questions essential to our future as a country: Who are we? Who are we becoming? Who must we become if we are to create a different world where everyone belongs?
A New Year of Engagement and Purpose
Dear friends, On this first day of 2017, I recognize that many of us may be ambivalently moving into this new year, as there is much uncertainty about our future. There are doubts not just about the upcoming change in our political leadership, but...
This is Who We Are: Post Election 2016 Statement
When the Haas Institute came into being four years ago, our vision stated that we would “work on society’s most pressing and pivotal issues related to structural inclusion and marginalization," that we would do work that was big-picture and game...
Psychotherapy and Social Justice: A Dialogue on Othering and Belonging
Note: The location will now be at: First Congregational Church of Oakland, 2501 Harrison St., Oakland, CA 94612 For Immediate ReleasePsychotherapy and Social Justice: A Dialogue on Othering and BelongingBerkeley, CA./On Saturday, October 29, The...