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A blog with articles and information from the Confronting Racism In Durham team.
Confronting Racism In Durham Article – Achieving Racial Equity in the Workplace: Through The Looking Glass
Achieving Racial Equity in the Workplace Through the Looking Glass In the past couple of years, we have seen more public conversation and initiatives in the race to achieve racial
Allyship Through the Looking Glass Allyship according to Nicole Asong Nfonoyim-Hara is “when a person of privilege works in solidarity and partnership with a marginalized group of people to help
Building Psychological Safety Through the Looking Glass Psychological safety is the bedrock of inclusion and is a critical component of high performing teams. Too often, organizations are quick to embrace
Systemic Racism Through the Looking Glass Racism is often only perceived as overt observable manifestations, e.g., derogatory race based language, while covert and less obvious systemic manifestations are overlooked. Systemic
Unconscious Bias Through the Looking Glass The notion of being racist is considered offensive to many as it conjures up an image of hate. However, consideration is hardly given to
Accent and Name Changes. “Hide Your PhD” A TRIEC Study Reveals Immigrant Women’s Career Struggles in GTA Article originally posted by Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council, Mar 30, 2022
“The beauty of anti-racism is that you don’t have to pretend to be free of racism to be an anti-racist. Anti-racism is the commitment to fight racism wherever you find it, including in yourself. And it’s the only way forward.”
– Ijeoma Oluo
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