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PUBLICATIONS

Title: A Diamond is a Diamond
Written: Sherard A. Robbins
Published: Independent, Visceral Change
Year: 2019
A Diamond is a Diamond: The Core Five Components to Social Justice offers a first-hand look at the Core Five Components to Social Justice; a model theorized and designed by the author, himself. The five components, Power & Privilege, Identity & Intersectionality, Systems of Socialization, Cultural Competence, and Allyship & Advocacy, serve as foundational concepts that make up the work of social justice. Encouraging readers to “disassociate in order to dismantle,” Robbins provides new ways for individuals to begin thinking about diversity, equity, and inclusion as a means to impact oneself, and one's organizations at large.

Amazon

"The writer of this book breaks down the social structure of society in a way that is easy to understand, a great read!"

Title: Reframing DEI: From an Individual Resource to an Organizational Value
Interview: Anne Daugherty & Sherard A. Robbins
Published: Illume Advising, the Magazine
Year: 2020
Because our progress on racial and environmental justice is inextricably linked, we must reflect on what it means to be inclusive of Black, Indigenous, and marginalized communities as we work to democratize clean energy opportunities and solutions. A select few cannot mitigate climate change, nor should select communities disproportionately bear its brunt.
 
If we are committed to becoming better energy citizens, we must start with being better citizens to one another. In a year capped off by executive actions that deny discussions on diversity, equity, and inclusion, how might we restart the difficult work of addressing our painful pasts and the ways our histories show up in our work?
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Title: My Family: The Superheroes
Written: Sherard A. Robbins
Published: Independent, Visceral Change
Year: 2020
My Family: The Superheroes! is a story about a day in the life of a family told to you from the perspective of a toddler. As Poppy interacts with his family, he becomes amazed at their abilities to turn everyday tasks into extraordinary creations! Is his family really a bunch of superheroes or does it just seem that way?

Amazon

Great kid book. My daughter actually sat through it!

Title: Behavior, Energy, & Climate Change Conference 
Host: ILLUME Advising
Moderator: Sherard Robbins

The 2020 BECC Conference, held in Fall of 2020, was moderated by Visceral Change Founder, Sherard Robbins, in partnership with ILLUME. Sherard asks our panelists some key questions regarding diversity, equity, and inclusion as they pertain to the work of energy and climate change.

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*Acknowledgement* Tucson, AZ. sits on the lands of the Tohono O'odham & Pascua Yaqui Nations. The United States of America was founded on Indigenous land and built on the backs of enslaved Africans.