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Today, we're going to look into another topic that's been really relevant in 2020 – racial justice.
It’s not really the overt things that do the most damage, but it’s the implicit bias.
Unfortunately, having this kind of conversation has been made into a political or cultural football, in order to make people feel like they shouldn't have these conversations.
But this is not a political conversation. It’s a human conversation.
So we have to lean into it, even if it makes us a little uncomfortable so we can make our society more equitable and fairer.
And as leaders, it all comes down to this core question:
How do you address and respond when you see any kind of injustice happening in your organization and in your community?
In this episode, you will hear:
- The courage that big CEOs are giving to small businesses to speak their voice
- Protected classes that need to be included
- Bostock v. Clayton County landmark case
- The power of community
- The implicit racism that does the most damage
- Why these conversations are critical
- Culture change to bring about organizational change
- How to eliminate implicit racism or bias in the workplace
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