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How to build an anti-racist business

How to build an anti-racist business

There’s a saying that my Portuguese mother taught me: “Quem cala consente”. It basically means, “Whoever shuts up, agrees.” Against a backdrop of widespread protests against police brutality and racist violence faced by black Americans, my mum’s phrase has been rattling round my head this…

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A Compilation for Growth, Action + Lasting Change. (B+A Bulletin #240)

A Compilation for Growth, Action + Lasting Change. (B+A Bulletin #240)

B+A Breaking To all our Bulletin readers – hello, and we hope you’re keeping well. We’re doing things a little differently today. Because, as communicated by Scott Woods above, and by global events in past few days, a change is required. As a team we’ve…

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Sunrise. (B+A Bulletin #239)

Sunrise. (B+A Bulletin #239)

B+A Breaking Hello Bulletin readers! It’s Robi over here with another picture of the St. Johns Bridge. However this time it’s with the sunrise! I mean… I had to share it with you. Can you blame me? When I began the hike this morning, the city was…

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Championing the Pioneers (B+A Bulletin #238)

Championing the Pioneers (B+A Bulletin #238)

B+A Breaking nĭ hăo, bulletin gang. You’re looking swell today! This week we got familiar with Becky and Huw, the visionary duo behind the ultra exclusive Paynter Jacket Co. Thanks guys for stopping by and letting us into your story, your process, and your ethics. For anyone…

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B+A’s Digital Research Tools

1. NOBOA – quantitative analysis platform 2. Digital Workshops – online, in-person engagement 3. SnapShots – 1st-person digital ethnographies

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Four ways to keep work relationships healthy.

Four ways to keep work relationships healthy.

We’re writing this after nearly two months of lockdown in the UK. At the start, the idea of doing it for a fortnight seemed huge, but what feels like a mere couple of Zoom calls and a Joe Wicks workout later, we’re already beyond seven…

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Bridge to where? (B+A Bulletin #237)

Bridge to where? (B+A Bulletin #237)

B+A Breaking Hi. That’s the St Johns Bridge. Beautiful, huh? It was built 1929-1931. In its dedication the engineer, David B. Steinman, said, “It is the most beautiful bridge in the world.” Hi. It’s Robi. I’ve been reading up on Portland history during quarantine. Anyone…

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In pursuit of S I M P L I C I T Y. (B+A Bulletin #236)

In pursuit of S I M P L I C I T Y. (B+A Bulletin #236)

B+A Breaking Here’s to achieving simplicity. And the nuanced, delicate, thoughtful processes that more often than not are what get us there. Because let’s face it, things today are complex af, and looking to stay that way for somewhat more than a hot minute (but really……

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Welcome to the Future.

Welcome to the Future.

“Historically, pandemics have forced humans to break with the past and imagine their world anew. This one is no different. It is a portal, a gateway between one world and the next. We can choose to walk through it, dragging the carcasses of our prejudice…

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Happy You’re Close. (B+A Bulletin #235)

Happy You’re Close. (B+A Bulletin #235)

B+A Breaking Out for a bike ride yesterday, filling in more of the edges on my personal Portland map, I came across this street art. Some small-ish, chalk-hands left a love note and it felt like it was just for me. It made me weak,…

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