Dr. Romney's collaboration with Elaine Pinderhughes and Vanessa Jackson presents basic concepts explaining the multilevel, bidirectional, and recursive operation of power, its effects, and the thinking needed for effective intervention.
This resource offers an opportunity to work toward building a metaview from which to address how power operates when it is just and to discover its potential for healing and helping people to find, discover, reclaim, or enhance their own power.
Dialogue is defined and discussed in this article which desribes a town's inability to have an effective dialogue about West Side Story. Download Article (pdf)
This resource from Teaching Tolerance helps us respond to discriminatory events in our everyday lives. Download Article (pdf)
This article discusses what leadership is and why it matters. Download Article (pdf)
Presents the results of research on effective diversity coordinators. Download Article (pdf)
Discusses the significance of race and racism in transracial adoption. Download Article (pdf)
What Unites Us / What Divides Us. Download Article (pdf)
Describes the consultant's challenge when consulting on contested terrain. Download Article (pdf)
The author's research on academic achievement leads to some suggestions for schools seeking to improve achievement. Download Article (pdf)
Consulting and training for cultural diversity is both challenging and rewarding. This article issues a call to face the challenges of diversity consulting and describes strategies and approaches for successful work. Download Article (pdf)
The way we teach about diversity is as important as the content itself. A process-oriented, feminist approach is discussed, and strategies and techniques for teaching about racism are offered. Download Article (pdf)