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Sound Connections Power and Privilege Exercise

Back in February 2020 we were planning for an event called Inclusive Practice in Action: Power & Privilege, which was a moment to reflect on what we had been learning about social justice over a number of years. Here we share an exercise developed and tested with the team and Trustees at Sound Connections – it’s one of many things designed to help us with our ongoing social justice journey.

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