Racial equity consultant and coach, Derek Hall joins Nadia Imafidon for a conversation on parenting in predominantly white spaces, unpacking the myth of the absent Black father, rejecting productivity as the highest purpose, and embracing queerness as his superpower.
Derek Hall is a dynamic anti-racist inter-group dialogue facilitator, public speaker, and activist from Hartford, Connecticut committed to challenging beliefs and institutional culture rooted in systemic racism and other forms of oppression. Derek has worked in the diversity, equity, and inclusion field for over 10 years, partnering with public and private school systems, for profit and non-profit organizations both locally and nationally.
Derek believes that “changed people, change systems.” He uses his gifts of facilitation, storytelling and community building to increase the racial and social consciousness of individuals and organizations. Find more information about his consulting work at ramizhallconsulting.com.