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Sondra Samuels has been leading her North Minneapolis community through challenges for more than 20 years.  Last year, the founder and CEO of the Northside Achievement Zone-known as NAZ-relied on her core leadership values when the pandemic hit her neighborhood hard, followed by the murder of George Floyd just a few miles away.  Sondra believes progress comes through unity, “For those of us in any leadership capacity that has to be our rallying cry-I don’t move forward without you and you don’t move forward without me, no matter how much you think you do.”  

Sondra’s organization-NAZ-is a collaborative of 33 community-based organizations and 8 schools providing family support to make measurable change in North Minneapolis.  On this episode of HOW Conversations Sondra talks with Dov Seidman about how she brings people together to have difficult conversations, the importance of pausing to reflect and why she believes true justice starts with extending mercy. 

You can watch the full episode here or by clicking on the image above.

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