What if it was ok to say “I live in a world that, even though my family may have taught otherwise, has taught me to feel women are less valuable than men and bias against people of color, LGBTQ people, and people who live in poverty?” What if admitting this to myself wouldn’t mean that I’m a bad person who should feel paralyzed by guilt? What if it would mean, instead, that I can now watch for the ways that sexism, racism, homophobia and other biases sometimes shape my thinking and do my best to not let them shape my actions too? Join me for a conversation with Terri Howard, Senior Director at FEI Behavioral health. We’ll have an honest conversation about the ways that racism, sexism, and homophobia live inside of us and damage our workplaces and business results. And we’ll talk about what each of us can do to promote fairness at work and in our lives beyond the workplace.
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