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Lee Mun Wah Speaks on How to Boldly Face Racism

On her podcast Dialogue Lab, Reva Patwardhan interviews documentarian and diversity trainer Lee Mun Wah.  He describes his work, encouraging people to speak up when they see injustice.  “When you are silent, everyday someone pays the price for your silence.” …

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Lee Mun Wah: Lead from Where You Are, Lead from Where They Are

MAY 2017 Lead From Where You Are Recently, I was asked to do a workshop and relate it to the theme of the conference, Lead From Where You Are. Now, on the surface, the theme sounds very logical and practical….

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The following essay by Lee Mun Wah cites school incidents remarkably similar to those that have happened over the past year in Princeton.  Thank you to NIOT board member Roberto Schiraldi for bringing it to our attention. Recently, in a…

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Soul Work: Healing Racial Trauma, June 2-3, 2017 Conference.

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Film screening, diversity dialogue with director Lee Mun Wah

Lee Mun Wah, an internationally renowned Chinese American documentary filmmaker and diversity trainer, will participate in a screening of his documentary “If These Halls Could Talk,” which features 11 college students discussing their struggles to be understood, at 8 p.m….

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