Lift Every Voice & ACT! is a weekly chat series highlighting personal and provocative...
Lift Every Voice & ACT! is a weekly chat series highlighting personal and provocative experiences.
In an effort to bridge our shared human experience, international artist & activist, Maryella Marie, will host an hour of storytelling and sustainable activism in order to:
(For Juneteeth’s chat, we will open with The Black National Anthem)
We’ll then kick off the chat with a living case study and open a round-table discussion to share stories, reflect, cry, laugh, and heal together.
We’ll close with an invitation to act by signing petitions, donating to causes, and spreading awareness to fight against racial injustice.
We’ll investigate questions such as:
According to Dr. Robin DiAngelo, the divide between Asian-American and Black people is a form of White Supremacy. She says that White people created opposite stereotypes for Asians and Black...
Where do we get more education on D & I at a corporate level
How different is racism in other countries in your experience?
Thank you. What is your advice for people who need to ask their bosses to make Juneteenth a holiday every year?
how to handle racism from co-worker
Just looking forward to hearing you share some of your unique insight on this platform!
I here to learn and engage with the intent to bring topics back to my various communities. How might we continue learning, engage in the “uncomfortable” conversations, and ultimately make change...
What are the key challenges for changing policy?
Why is diversity so important in todays workplace.
How do we break down stereotypes in the workplace, particularly with jobs in technology, which are primarily male dominated.
Where do you work and how did you get into it? Diversity work is my dream.
How can we better honor the Black Experience in the workplace to increase acquisition and retention of Black talent ?
What is my role in realizing change as a black woman who has experienced racism and microaggressions throughout my career in tech?
My firm is committed to increasing our DEI across all roles and departments. How do we start / where do we start?
as a Director, what can I do to sustainably support black voices in our industry and within our company in a way that feels sincere and inclusive?
I can an older Software Development with recently acquired Java Full-stack Development skills, obtain remote employment when many employers seem to prefer recent college graduates.
How to create provocative and impactful content during the current climate?
How can we trigger an open mindset in our students?
As a recruiter, how can I make a difference to get black/brown and females into the the C level?
How do you think we can effectively teach empathy to older people so set in their ignorant ways? If you're racist/sexist/etc all of your life, breaking that cycle is extremely hard especially...
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