Aron DiBacco lives in New Hampshire and thinks about the natural world, the gifts and challenges of conflict, the ways we create our worlds through communication, how we do (or don’t) know what we know, and how to help move the world in the direction of inclusive equity. A particular and long standing interest is the question of how white people can move toward living with integrity inside a system that grants us pervasive unearned privilege.

She thinks about these things (in part) through teaching, facilitating dialogue, social science research, writing, volunteering to make her communities work, and spending way too much time on social media.