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"The hardest part in the aftermath has been determining how to raise my voice and protest. I find that my emotive side is ready to scream at the world while my internal deliberative voice is telling me to "mind my manners" or "remember you still need your job."
" That no matter what in 2020, we’re still treated as less than animals. That when I take off my military uniform I am George Floyd or Ahmaud Arbery."
" We are so easily killed and our lives have no value."
This week, we reached out to black family, friends, and colleagues so that we could tell their stories. In part 1, we amplify the hard truths that have emerged since the widely-broadcast murder of George Floyd as well as Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery.
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112: Deconstructing Racial Microaggression (w/ Kiama Anthony Bishop)
111: The Customer Is Not Always Right (with Danny Snow)
110: Finding Your Purpose (with Seneca Wilson)
109: Celebrating Black History Month
108: Authentic Leadership (with Dr. Calvin Williams)
107: Discussion With a Media Mogul
106: Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
105: Guilty Pleasures
104: Reclaiming Yourself After 2020
103: I Quit: A Couple's Journey To Entrepreneurship (w/ Matteo & Julie Ferrer)
102: Deconstructing Race In Higher Education (with Dr. Beatty)
101: The Electoral College: Should It Stay or Should It Go
100: Tips For Sustaining Success
99: Balancing Comedy, Politics, and Life (with Comedian E.L. Smith)
98: A Flash History Of Your Right To Vote
97: Leading Diversity Initiatives With Grace (with James Davis)
96: A Convo About (Mixed) Race with Dr. Buggs (Part 2 of 2)
95: A Convo About (Mixed) Race with Dr. Buggs (Part 1 of 2)
94: Interrupting Biased And Racist Language
93: Leading Successful Diversity Initiatives (w/ Dr. Gold)
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