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How to Have Difficult Conversations About Race in the Workplace - Shared screen with speaker view
James Jenkins
45:55
to help create an environment where people can reach their fullest potential
Chris Gibson
46:37
To help others through education.
Carole Meagher
46:58
To honor my grandparents, who were immigrants who faced racial and religious discrimination.
Flavio Medina-Martin
47:08
To be part of an educational system that helps cultivate a wealth of learning opportunities, is very powerful and impactful!
Valerie Fisher
47:54
To empower others through education and knowledge.
Susan
48:12
CCCs are a pathway out of poverty
S Holland
49:44
To honor the humanity in us all and to create spaces where every voice is equally valued, honored, protected and heard.
Elaine Reodica
54:09
https://americannegotiationinstitute.com/justice/
Tina Dang
54:27
Thanks Elaine
Valerie Fisher
58:19
Yup, need to check out of the news every so often!
Stephanie Arciero
01:05:58
hallelujah
Elaine Reodica
01:06:12
Kwame Christian, his podcast is Negotiate Anything: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/negotiate-anything/id1101679010
Elaine Reodica
01:07:13
“Woke olympics!”
Susan
01:19:25
I personally found it inclusive. If all the photos were of black or Hispanic people I would feel like the conversation was inclusive of me.
Stephanie Arciero
01:19:34
Thank you!
LeShawn Simplis-Barnes
01:19:48
Thank you! That was awesome.
Susan
01:20:18
sorry, would not feel like it was inclusive
Carole Meagher
01:23:26
This is a good one\
Carole Meagher
01:23:42
We often struggle with low pass rates for certain groups
Kim Marquardt
01:28:45
This is incredibly valuable information!
oscar cobian
01:30:54
Can we get or repeat those statistics on transfer students?
Stephanie Arciero
01:31:40
"the goals of equity are too important to keep on stalling"
Julie Scholl (she, her, hers)
01:32:37
yep
Jennifer Zellet
01:32:41
White Woman's Tears
Susan
01:33:12
Its an emotional response that stops the work to address it..
Susan
01:33:40
exactly
Stephanie Lewis
01:41:45
Those tears also create other microaggressions especially if the conversation is between a woman of color and the white woman
Jennifer Zellet
01:43:41
Absolutely...and evidence yet again of the embedded racism in our culture where we potentially stop the vital discussion to console one person...when there are people whose feelings have been repeatedly ignored.
Sussanah Sydney
01:44:26
Please what is the name of the author of the white fragility book Kwame mentioned?
Jennifer Zellet
01:44:54
Robin DeAngelo
Sussanah Sydney
01:45:06
Thank you!
Kim Marquardt
01:45:23
Robin DiAngelo
Kim Marquardt
01:45:40
https://www.amazon.com/White-Fragility-People-About-Racism/dp/0807047414
Susan
01:56:06
Excellent point
James Jenkins
02:01:01
Thank you both—very helpful
Flavio Medina-Martin
02:01:46
Thank you so much Kwame! This was very helpful.
Sandra Fried
02:01:47
Very valuable. Many thanks!
Amita Suhrid
02:01:57
Excellent presentation - thank you!
Kim Marquardt
02:02:00
This was so good!
Elaine Reodica
02:02:16
Thank you Campus Logic! You are a valuable partner!
S Holland
02:02:33
Many many thanks to both of you. This was a very informative discussion!
Elaine Reodica
02:02:42
Thank you everyone!
Amita Suhrid
02:02:47
Excellent presentation - thanks!
Marianne Castano Bishop
02:02:54
do we get the url for the recording? this has been an awesometastic session. thank you so much!
Tina Dang
02:02:57
Thank you!