I’m kinda in this new space where my space is my space and I don’t care about nobody but me, only me (Samoht, 2019,0:56).
In a field that exists at the exigency of civil policymakers, tranquil institutional borders, and the revolving demand for connected- ness, I’m new to putting me first. No one is below me, but I understand the need for integrated clarity—valuing the basic needs of my existence in the workplace. In this article, I outline how social media, Hip-Hop, and non-violence communication strategies enabled me to protect my space and reduce burnout as a scholar-practitioner.
Williams, Dr. Michael R.
"Power Within. I'm New to Putting Me First,"
The Vermont Connection: Vol. 41
, Article 13.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uvm.edu/tvc/vol41/iss1/13