Dolita Cathcart

Dolita Cathcart is an Associate Professor of History at Wheaton College. Professor Cathcart is a noted historian of African American history. She grew up in NYC, graduated from Harvard-Radcliffe Colleges, the University of Massachusetts Boston, and Boston College. She is one of the earlier mentors for the Posse Foundation based in NYC that encourages leadership and diversity in top colleges and universities throughout the country. She was featured in the documentary, “Birth of a Movement,” currently available on Amazon Prime.

Professor Cathcart is also a practitioner and teacher of Aikido, a Japanese martial art that philosophically seeks peace and justice. She is a Fifth Dan, Shidoin, and Chief Instructor Emerita of Harvard Aikikai.

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The Role of Business in the Racial Equity and Justice Movement
The Role of Business in the Racial Equity and Justice Movement

Organizational Change / Every problem that confronts the US today can be traced back to racist ideology. Businesses cannot survive on just the small percentage of the very wealthy buying goods. Mass incarceration, poverty, healthcare disparities — all of these issues affect your bottom line and profits. - 1 year ago

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