"The training in sociology I received at Seattle University has been invaluable to my life's work in racial justice education. My entire body of scholarship - as well as my daily practice as a group facilitator - is grounded in a sociological framework. This framework has enabled me to see the social dynamics at play that are not necessarily conscious or intentional but impacting outcomes nonetheless."
"There is a question that has never failed me in my efforts to uncover how - despite our claims of support for racial equality - our institutions continue to reproduce racial inequality. That question is not whether any particular claim is true or false. That question is, "How does this claim function?" This is fundamentally a sociological question."