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steve stapleton promoted Julianna Pardue's blog post Breaking Isolation Through Talking Circles
Dec 10, 2014
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Dec 10, 2014
Larry Hodgkins commented on Julianna Pardue's blog post 'The Transformative Nature of Youth Empowerment'
"Travis has an inspiring personal story but the ways in which he is helping others achieve is even more impressive. We presented the above referenced video at the 2014 UCEA national conference. My middle school in NC has implemented the College RED…"
Nov 27, 2014
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The Transformative Nature of Youth Empowerment

“It takes every color, creed and race to create spontaneous combustion for change.”It was at a CLE gathering in North Carolina in 2013 that Travis Pinckney saw his purpose in life unfold. Before he attended “Looking Back to Move Forward: Leading for Racial Healing in Schools, Families, and Communities,” Travis developed something called College R-E-D, a national college preparation model designed to empower students to pursue a higher education and transform school culture. Travis illustrates…See More
Nov 24, 2014
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Igniting a Passion for Youth Voices

Moral courage isn’t easy. Raising your voice and taking action for what you believe is right never is. The national Community Learning Exchange gathering in Jacksonville, FL in October highlighted and explored the subject of moral courage, both by hearing from voices that made an impact in history as well as those of the current generation, all to inspire moral courage in our own lives and communities.…See More
Nov 12, 2014
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Oct 17, 2014
Julianna Pardue posted a blog post

Making Room for Gracious Space

The Center for Ethical Leadership defines “Gracious Space” as “a spirit and a setting where we invite the stranger and learn in public.”Gracious Space is a necessary tool for any collective leadership group to build meaningful relationships and do effective work. As a concept, Gracious Space exists to help people work together as…See More
Oct 6, 2014
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Forming a Collective Leadership Team

Collective leadership is built on a foundation of trust. For a group of people to work successfully together toward a common goal - whether it’s within an organization, a school or a community - there must be respect and the willingness to learn from one another.As we build trust within a team, we open ourselves up to vulnerability while sharing our perspectives, abilities and insights. We make ourselves vulnerable to others, and at the same, we must be receptive to other ideas and experiences…See More
Aug 29, 2014
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Jul 28, 2014
Julianna Pardue posted a blog post

Tips for Building Collective Leadership

What does collective leadership mean?In short, it revolves around the idea of using our human, cultural and technological resources to bring people together in local communities to make positive change. Collective leadership is an integral part of our work at the Community Learning Exchange.Collective leadership becomes possible when people, motivated by a common purpose, begin to build relationships with each other that are genuinely respectful enough for them to co-construct their shared…See More
Jul 24, 2014
Julianna Pardue is now a member of Community Learning Exchange
Jul 24, 2014

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Brief bio--What are you passionate about?
I'm a writer and artist from Terry, Mississippi. In 2013, I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art from Mississippi College. I consider myself a feminist and am particularly interested in the representation of women in popular culture and media (especially in comic books and video games). One of my professional aspirations is to write and illustrate an original comic or graphic novel.

Social justice is close to my heart, particularly as it relates to human trafficking, mental health and women's and LGBTQ rights. I believe that everyone is deserving of love, compassion and dignity.

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Breaking Isolation Through Talking Circles

Posted on December 10, 2014 at 9:04am 0 Comments

After being a pastor for 10 years, Mike Townsend left the ministry and dove into education — a place he never thought he’d be — and fell deeply in love with asset-mapping and community building.

 

Mike is firm in his belief that the classroom is a place to make a positive impact, “If I’m going to change the community, the classroom has to be the front line.”…

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The Transformative Nature of Youth Empowerment

Posted on November 24, 2014 at 1:00pm 1 Comment

“It takes every color, creed and race to create spontaneous combustion for change.”

It was at a CLE gathering in North Carolina in 2013 that Travis Pinckney saw his purpose in life unfold. Before he attended “Looking Back to Move Forward: Leading for Racial Healing in Schools, Families, and Communities,” Travis developed something called College R-E-D, a national college preparation model designed to empower students to pursue a higher…

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Igniting a Passion for Youth Voices

Posted on November 12, 2014 at 8:45am 0 Comments

Moral courage isn’t easy. Raising your voice and taking action for what you believe is right never is. The national Community Learning Exchange gathering in Jacksonville, FL in October highlighted and explored the subject of moral courage, both by hearing from voices that made an impact in history as well as those of the current generation, all to inspire moral courage in our own lives and communities.…

Continue

Making Room for Gracious Space

Posted on October 6, 2014 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

The Center for Ethical Leadership defines “Gracious Space” as “a spirit and a setting where we invite the stranger and learn in public.”…

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