Rather than just keeping one’s head down and staying safe, addressing that which is uncomfortable can bring new insight and a more complete sense of being. The often rigid structure of colleges is not enough, mentoring: listening, respecting is a proven way to overcome what is often silence surrounding race. On this show, authors Janie Victoria Ward and Tracy L. Robinson-Wood discuss their new book Sister Resisters, Mentoring Black Women on Campus. They find that mentoring helps break down self censorship and liberates both mentor and mentee.

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