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June 8, 2020

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Beyond Protests: 5 More Ways to Channel Anger into Action

Anger expressed in a healthy and positive way means that we channel emotional anger towards resolution not attack.

– Byron R. Pulsifer –

Beyond Protests: 5 More Ways to Channel Anger into Action

“A lot of people of color are tired. We’re tired of being the unseen and misunderstood,” says Inger E Burnett-Zeigler, a psychologist and associate professor at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University. She’d like to see more voices at the table. “I think it’s important for everyone, regardless of race, to ask, ‘What is my role in this system?’ ” she says. Ask yourself, ‘Have I been a passive bystander, and how can I change that? Perhaps it’s simply speaking up in situations where you may have been disinclined to speak up before,” Burnett-Zeigler says. These tragic events of recent weeks can also create an opportunity, because people are fired up. Given all the anger and frustration, experts say there are strategies to channel these emotions into action. { read more }

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For more inspiration, read “Processing Anger with an Open Heart.” { more }

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