Dr. Barbara Riley's publications

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view of Pride magazine article by Barbara E. Riley

African-American women share a long legacy of being doers. We get things done. Our legacy of leaders, from Harriet Tubman to Sojourner Truth to Dorothy Height, is of women who accomplished against all odds. We have always had to be creative managing our anger and rage at exploitation throughout history, while delivering compassion and love to both friend and foe. Our strength and compassion are woven into our DNA.
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view of Pride magazine article by Barbara E. Riley

I am asking readers to consider the journey to transformative leadership. This journey is based on the metaphor of safe houses or way stations. Our ancestors utilized these way stations to rest, reflect, plan and prepare for the journey ahead.
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view of Pride magazine article by Barbara E. Riley

Our most significant contribution as leaders is as role models. An unhealthy body will mask the signals we need to survive and thrive as individuals and leaders, and will convey messages of pain and despair.
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