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Racial Equality: Being an Ally Starts with Your Intention

VitalSmarts Master Trainer Maria Moss shares a tip for how to be an ally in racial equality by first being clear about your intentions, goals, and actions.

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  1. David Fortt

    At the 20 second mark in this video, the presenter uses the word “argument” to characterize workplace conversations re racism. While I am sure there have been and will continue to be arguments, it is poor word choice for your organization to characterize these crucial conversations as such.

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