Tag: Denise Clay-Murray

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What happens when a victim of gun violence is blamed for their own death?

By Denise Clay-Murray

Some victims of gun violence are blamed for their own death. Families often challenge ambiguous policies to get financial help in the aftermath.

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The pandemic changed the American workforce; it also allowed people to take on work they love

By Denise Clay-Murray

The pandemic has helped some of us with rethinking our relationship to the work we do. Were we happy at our jobs? What would we change if we could? Was life too short to keep doing something we weren’t really into anymore? Was it time to take a leap of faith and do something we love?

Self Care
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Self Care When Feeling Under Siege

By Denise Clay-Murray

At a time when you might feel under siege due to the world around you, taking a moment to show yourself some love is important. From an outwardly hostile presidential administration to the deaths of Black people at the hands of police against the backdrop of a global pandemic that hit Black and Brown communities disproportionately, finding ways to keep it together both physically and emotionally has become a priority for people of color.