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“For me, forgiveness

“For me, forgiveness and compassion are always linked: how do we hold people accountable for wrongdoing and yet at the same time remain in touch with their humanity enough to believe in their capacity to be transformed?” 36 bell hooks “Either you deal with what is the reality, or you can be sure that the reality is going to deal with you.” 37 ALEX HALEY THE TIGER & THE TORCH Page | 37

JUST US BRICKS 1901 Industrial Shop Building Chimney Bricks in 2014 There’s an art to making bricks just like there is an art to leadership and making relationships work. Our relationships are either built up or torn down with our words. It is only when we are connected to each other and have full access to the resources that we need that our highest value can be realized. Like people, each brick has nuances. Our perspectives make us unique. Two people can look at the same object and see something completely different. ROAR! “LEADERS SPEND TIME TRYING TO GET OTHERS TO THINK HIGHLY OF THEM, WHEN INSTEAD THEY SHOULD TRY TO GET THEIR PEOPLE TO THINK MORE HIGHLY OF THEMSELVES. IT'S WONDERFUL WHEN THE PEOPLE BELIEVE IN THEIR LEADER. IT' S MORE WONDERFUL WHEN THE LEADER BELIEVES IN THEIR PEOPLE! YOU CAN'T HOLD A MAN DOWN WITHOUT STAYING DOWN WITH HIM.” 38 BOOKER T. WASHINGTON Although there are single images, facts, and events, there are always at least two sides to every story. The following poems about the CI Industrial Shop bricks show the differences and similarities in thought between a descendant of a CI Alumna who is a Generation Xer and a Baby Boomer 39 who attended the school. THE TIGER & THE TORCH Page | 38

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