Grac • ism

[‘gra,sizem] - Verb

Extending positive favor to other people regardless of, and sometimes because of, their color, class, or culture.

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If you are searching for a way to change the painful reality of racism in your world, this book is a must-read. The principles found in Gracism: the Art of Inclusion have inspired individuals and communities around the globe to build bridges across the deepest divides of color, class, and culture.

Dr. David Anderson will reveal deep truth about division and unity found in scripture and help you learn how to apply the 7 Sayings of a Gracist in order to overcome the challenges of today.

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Training

The Gracism Global team offers premier training for organizations and individuals who are looking to engage deeper in this work. We have resources as well as coaching, consulting, and keynote services to equip you and those you lead to building more just and trust-filled relationships.

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Join our global network today by becoming a Gracism Global Ally. You will get access to exclusive resources and be connected to people across the world who are leading others in the principles of Gracism. Don't miss out on the opportunity to join this movement of learning and action to bring about the racial healing we need.

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Resources

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    The Art of Inclusion

    Listen to the audiobook version Gracism: The Art of Inclusion. Delivered to your inbox for free!

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    The 5 Questions Every Leader Should Ask Before Starting a New Diversity Initiative

    Discover what to ask before starting a new diversity initiative

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    The Gracenomics Podcast

    The Gracenomics Podcast explores how the power of generosity can change your world.

Endorsements

  • V.M.
    VP & COO, Exelon Corp, BGE, Diversity Council Chair
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  • Toby Beal
    Director of Web Development | World Vision
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  • Neal W. Bonner
    Vice President | Nielsen
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  • Words cannot explain how we feel about your contributions to the 2016 Exelon-Baltimore Diversity & Inclusion Week. Diversity is the “art of thinking independently together” – that is exactly what happened on November 17. You shared your amazing principles on building bridges in the workplace across a cultural and racial divide. Your presentation will truly help our employees treat each other with respect, love and kindness.

    The buzz is there was a special energy and aura surrounding your headline presentation (we both know what it was, smile). No exaggeration, you’ve given the company a clear model of how to love, laugh and be kind to our fellow brother and sister -- even in the workplace. Thanks for proving that our mosaic of employees have something in common – each of us wants to work in an environment where we can fully contribute-- your divine tips and obvious love for mankind will help us with this effort.

  • Thank you for your powerful and encouraging message of reconciliation, it was life changing.

    Never in my past would I have described myself as being a champion of “diversity.” Perhaps that’s because as a white male I didn’t feel that I had a voice in such topics. But you quickly changed that.

    You and your staff created an inclusive environment that was safe for me to participate, and the teachings introduced in the “Gracism" workshop helped me to understand for the very first time why inclusion and reconciliation should matter to me. Thank you for putting me on this new path.

  • That was probably the best hour I have experienced in a long time. We are so fortunate to have leaders like Dr. Anderson speak with us. His messages will stick with us for a long time.

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