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Diversity and Inclusion



Interview Power of Story
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In this 30-minute teleseminar Sue describes the elements of story that will make a nonprofit’s mission come alive and why every nonprofit must tell more compelling stories to get more press, win community goodwill and attract more quality volunteers and donors.


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    Growing up on the southwest side of Chicago, a teenage Sue crosses the “color line” to witness a 1966 demonstration over the lack of city services in black neighborhoods. In a divided city, Sue tries to integrate the loving people she has met on both sides of the color line.
  • THE GUATEMALA STORY: Moments of Grace
    Sue, a child of the 60s, worries about the lack of idealism and social consciousness her post-Watergate sons display and so takes them to Guatemala where people have devoted their lives to helping others. On the journey, Sue discovers she is the one in need of faith and hope.