Accountability and Repair

(Scources) Articles: https://transformharm.org/9-ways-to-be-accountable-when-youve-been-abusive/https://www.vox.com/identities/2017/12/5/16710430/sexual-harassment-apologies-matt-lauer-louis-ck
In your discussion post, you will briefly summarize and comment on each of the two articles. You can do this in writing or by creating a video and uploading or linking to the video in your discussion post.
If written: At least 75 words of summary, at least 125 words of commentary (following the prompts below) for each article, for a total of at least 200 words per article. The post as a whole should include your remarks on both articles, with a total of at least 400 words.In your commentary on each article, respond to at least 2 of the following prompts, You can use the same prompts for all of your articles, or mix and match — your choice.
Prompts (choose 2 to comment on for each article in your OP):
Intriguing: What is a specific practice/concept in these articles that you find compelling/intriguing? What is compelling or intriguing about it?Critique: What is a specific practice/concept in this article that you are skeptical or critical of? Identify the practice/concept as discussed in this article, and briefly discuss what it is that you’re skeptical or critical about related to that practice/concept.Experience: What is a specific practice/concept in this article that you recognize as something that has been part of your own experiences of dealing with accountability, harm, and/or repair? How effective has that practice/concept been, in your experiences?Future: What is a specific practice/concept in this article that you think could be relevant to apply to your professional or personal life in the future? What situations do you imagine you could apply it to in the future? How?Story: What is a specific practice/concept in this article that you recognize as something similar to what took place in a story you know — a traditional story, a fictional movie/TV show/novel, a real-life news story, a historical event, etc.? Describe: how did you see this practice/concept taking place in that story? What was the impact on the characters, and on the story as a whole?Questions: imagine you had the opportunity to ask a few questions to the authors of this article (or speakers in this video) based on what you read/heard from them. What would you ask? Make sure each question clearly connects to something specific that they said in the video/article.