Writing by Dana Goldman

8 Tips for Talking with White Kids about Racism, Violence, and Charlottesville

8 Tips for Talking with White Kids about Racism, Violence, and Charlottesville

I have a love/hate relationship with the internet, but I’m all love for the world wide web when I see articles that aim to help adults talk to children about important issues like racism and violence. Unfortunately, this is a conversation that parents of color are used to having with their children. It’s time forRead more about 8 Tips for Talking with White Kids about Racism, Violence, and Charlottesville[…]

Microagressions, Race, and Beloved Community

Microagressions, Race, and Beloved Community

I do a fair amount of eye rolling at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution for the unsubstantial click-bait on its homepage. (Currently “Hawks to Hold Cheerleader Auditions” is front-and-center.) But I’ve been interested lately to read their Race in Atlanta series, and appreciative of the different perspectives they’ve highlighted. (For a few examples of stories, click here or here.)Read more about Microagressions, Race, and Beloved Community[…]

“Adulting” Self-Care for Depression, Stress, and Anxiety

“Adulting” Self-Care for Depression, Stress, and Anxiety

So often we fall into the trap of thinking of self-care as selfish – especially when self-loathing and guilt is also present. I enjoyed this article “What Nobody Tells You About Depression” since it highlights the more practical (and sometimes painful) side of self-care that includes paying bills, making medical appointments, quitting activities that deplete or overwhelm you,Read more about “Adulting” Self-Care for Depression, Stress, and Anxiety[…]