Today on ABCDEI we talk about intellectual property and how to honour it, as we build in public about some of our plans for the future for the body of work we’ve build through this podcast. But first a story you’ll find a story that was first told to us by Andrea Henry of henrybrookslaw.com […]
Today on ABCDEI we talk about victim-blaming, victim-shaming and so much more as it relates to the workplace.
This season, we want to really feed into some of what we’ve built through great discussions and feedback. And focus on “conversation in progress”.
Today Susan and Rohini are getting personal.
What can we do to TAKE UP MORE SPACE? 💫💫💫
“I make a distinction between active allies, and passive allies. We’ve got a whole lot of great passive allies in organizations that are wanting to do something and thinking ‘But I don’t know what to do!’
“Here’s something else that I realized which is very rarely brought into this conversation is we talk about white privilege and other privileges. Let’s talk about economic privilege. It’s really easy to become out of touch when you’ve started to gain economic privilege.”
We’re talking about building muscle today!
Building routine is such a big part of the start of the year for many. And we wanted to bring that lens to inclusion work.
To kick things off this year, we have with us Shari Foos, Marriage and Family Therapist and founder of The Narrative Method.
In this episode, Susan and Rohini focus on taking the theory of many of the inclusion lessons discussed with experts in the space over 3 seasons into practical reframes of incidents that routinely occur in the workplace.
Through 2021 there’s been a sense of urgency from communities outside racialized communities, for example. And that can bring with it tiredness for those who’ve been battling inequalities. We must recognize that fatigue.