Exclusive data, expert analysis and bold thinking for leaders who want to achieve the extraordinary in Diversity and Anti-Bias Development.

12 Ways to Continue Supporting the Black Community

Andre M. Hill was a guest of friends in Columbus, OH three days before Christmas, He was simply entering their home when he was shot by police. There was no weapon, no immediate medical assistance, and no operating body camera until after the shooting. What has become clear is that with the passage of time, these all-too-familiar crimes are, at best, conjuring...

Why We Can’t Wait — An Antiracism Appeal Through Music

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s struggle for freedom and equality 60 years ago continues – George Floyd is tangible proof. Through his “Letter from a Birmingham Jail” in which he talks about a “complacent people” turning a blind eye to the injustice of racism, Dr. King’s legacy continues to cry out to church and secular leaders alike to end the horror of inhumanity. As...

Two Centuries of Black American Art

Diversity and Innovation: The Compelling Contributions of Black and Brown Artisans to the Richness of the Visual Arts in American Society Today From the desk of Larry Wilson: I lost an artist colleague and friend earlier this year from double pneumonia due to complications arising from COVID-19. Scholar, curator, lecturer, and painter David C. Driskell—an early...

The Most Frustrating Things I Have Heard About Racism Lately

And why they can be so hurtful. Managing Director's Commentary: Our White friends and supporters – the White people who authentically love us and we love them back – are learning about the prejudice that the Wilsons and the rest of the Black community have faced all our lives. They feel bad and want to do something, but frankly, they don’t know what to do! So, they...

This Is What Racial Trauma Does To The Body And Brain

Racism, injustice and brutality — experienced directly and indirectly — can have a lasting effect on a person's mental health. Managing Director's Commentary: TWO's Media Content Editor Jillian Wilson’s recent article, in part, introduces the impact of epigenetic alterations, a study that has intrigued TWO for some time. It hypothesizes that trauma experienced...

One Way To Be An Ally Right Now? Support Black Mental Health.

Black people are dealing with extreme stress, racial trauma and exhaustion. Here's what an ally can do to help. Managing Director's Commentary: Published in HuffPost, this article by TWO Media Content Editor Jillian Wilson goes to the very heart of Diversity and Inclusion, capturing many of the raw emotions — frustration, fear, anger, powerlessness, and so many...

Two Centuries of Black American Art

Diversity and Innovation: The Compelling Contributions of Black and Brown Artisans to the Richness of the Visual Arts in American Society Today

From the desk of Larry Wilson: I lost an artist colleague and friend earlier this year from double pneumonia due to…

The Most Frustrating Things I Have Heard About Racism Lately

…and why they can be so hurtful.

Director’s Commentary: Our White friends and supporters – the white people who authentically love us and we love them back – are learning about the prejudice that the Wilsons and the rest of the Black community have faced all…

The Most Frustrating Things I Have Heard About Racism Lately

The Most Frustrating Things I Have Heard About Racism Lately

And why they can be so hurtful. Managing Director's Commentary: Our White friends and supporters – the White people who authentically love us and we love them back – are learning about the prejudice that the Wilsons and the rest of the Black community have faced all...

read more
This Is What Racial Trauma Does To The Body And Brain

This Is What Racial Trauma Does To The Body And Brain

Racism, injustice and brutality — experienced directly and indirectly — can have a lasting effect on a person's mental health. Managing Director's Commentary: TWO's Media Content Editor Jillian Wilson’s recent article, in part, introduces the impact of epigenetic...

read more
Crossing the Bridge:
Remembering Congressman John Lewis

John Robert Lewis (February 21, 1940 – July 17, 2020) was an American statesman and civil rights leader who served in the United States House of Representatives for Georgia’s 5th congressional district from 1987 until his death in 2020.

Inspired by Lewis and moved by his death, TWO Managing Director Larry Wilson was stirred to deliver a tribute to this mentor for his timeless dedication to diversity and anti-bias thought and action.  “Crossing the Bridge” celebrated Lewis as a man of God and because it did, Wilson thought it only fitting that his words be shared with the waiting congregation of Providence’s First Baptist Church in America on August 23, 2020.

One of the “Big Six” leaders of groups who organized the 1963 March on Washington, Lewis fulfilled many key roles in the civil rights movement and its actions to end legalized racial segregation in the United States. In 1965, he led the first of three Selma to Montgomery marches across the Edmund Pettus Bridge. In an incident which became known as Bloody Sunday, state troopers and police attacked the marchers, including John Lewis.

TWO Offices

Contact Us

Thank you for your interest. How can we help? Leadership Development? Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Expansion Strategies? Anti-Bias Tactics?

Interested in working with us? Explore our consulting services and industry expertise. Need something else? See below for more ways to get in touch.

lwilson@wilsonorganization.com

401-655-1896 (office) | 860-857-5493 (mobile)

244 Weybosset Street, Suite 2, Providence, RI 02903

Mon-Fri: 9am — 5pm

and by appointment

Ready To Talk?