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Some Do’s and Don’ts for White People Who Want to Discuss Racism at Work

This should be required reading for all workplace ‘allies’

A photo of a black woman and her white coworker talking at work.
Photo: Thomas Barwick/Getty Images

As many of us prepare to go back to work, physically or remotely (and for those who already have), the day may already be feeling incredibly exhausting and traumatizing before it has even really begun.

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Dynasti Hunt

Dynasti Hunt

Committed to realizing racially-equity-centered workplaces for all BIPOC to experience and nothing less. www.dynastihunt.com IG: @dynastihunt

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