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The Wheel of Privilege exercise is intended to give you a personal perspective.

      * How has your life afforded you or not afforded you opportunities?

      * Has it directly influenced your trajectory?

      * Have you thought of these things on the wheel as privilege? 

In addition, the Sweet Spot exercise can narrow your focus, help you discover what you’re passionate about and what you are good at, and how all of that can work together. You can apply that information and use it to understand how you can potentially approach what you want to devote your time to.

      * Do you want to advocate for others or a specific cause or policy?

      * Do you want to find a nonprofit organization to engage with?

      * Do you have a specific skill you want to use for the greater good?

There are no right or wrong answers, this is about helping discover things about yourself and apply them as you see fit to meet your personal goals and mission.

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Sweet Spot Exercise 




10 Million Names Project 

Link to project website 

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There were 10 million people enslaved between the sixteenth century and the American Civil War, with 44 million descendants living in the United States today. The 10 Million Names Project aims to recover names and stories of these enslaved people, to encourage story telling of the experiences of enslaved people's and their descendants, and providing a database for people to learn more about their family history. 

This source can be used to discover your family history, learn about the stories of the 10 million enslaved people, and you can even join on helping research to gather information on the 10 million names. 


Double click on the event you're interested in to learn more and follow provided links

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