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Apr 8, 2021

Gina and Jason sit down this week with Paula Hulet and Cornel N. Morton, Ph.D.  Paula and Cornel have been working together to create a book group dealing with racism.  They share their experiences with their book group and how it has been gratifying and enlightening for everyone involved.  Racism is, and has been, a very important issue to walk through.  However with recent events like the murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor many are waking up to the racism that has been there the whole time.






Paula Hulet is an ordained elder in the United Methodist Church. Now retired from full time ministry, she previously served congregations in Capistrano Beach, West Los Angeles, and Morro Bay and is presently assisting with worship, adult education and visitation for San Luis Obispo UMC. She joined full time ministry after a 30 year career in Real Estate Finance, primarily focusing on residential construction throughout Southern California. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Social Welfare from University of Illinois and a Masters in Divinity from Claremont School of Theology.

A former board member of People of Faith for Justice focusing on food insecurity and ending the death penalty, she helped to organize Hunger Walks for the San Luis Obispo Food Bank. Currently she is the associate director of Yes, We Can Peacebuilders of Morro Bay. Peacebuilders is dedicated to the education of individuals and communities to make nonviolent living a part of their everyday lives through book studies, discussion groups, and newsletters. Peacebuilders is currently working on a series of podcasts in conjunction with Pace e Bene and Campaign Nonviolence on how to achieve nonviolent community status and to set up International Peace Day celebrations. In her spare time, Paula likes to read, walk the dogs, kayak on the estuary and make mosaics.

Cornel N. Morton, Ph.D. is Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo Vice President for Student Affairs, Emeritus. Dr. Morton currently serves as President of the Diversity Coalition San Luis Obispo County. He serves as a consultant to public and private organizations in areas including diversity awareness, student success, inclusivity, strategic planning, team building and conflict mediation. His community service includes membership on the French Hospital Community Board, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship Committee, and Life Long Learners of the Central Coast Advisory Board. Cornel and his wife, Regena, live in San Luis Obispo.


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