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Michael Fosberg has been working to create a national dialogue on race and identity since 2001 when he launched his one-man, autobiographical play, Incognito. In this episode, Michael shares how doing the Process set the stage for his work in the world to go to an even deeper place.

The author-activist has used the arts as a means for social change in corporate and organizational cultures. In this episode, Michael talks about his profound experience in coming to know his true identity and history, as well as his experiences traveling the country performing Incognito. His work is touching many lives.

Michael is a frequent guest in the media speaking as an expert on race and identity issues. For the past fifteen years, his travels have taken him across the country facilitating meaningful conversations at educational institutions, corporations, government agencies, and military bases.  His highly praised memoir, Incognito: An American Odyssey of Race and Self Discovery, was published in 2011. Michael is currently working on a second book about his efforts to provoke conversations about race over the past ten years. Learn more about Michael and Incognito here.