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America, it seems, is undergoing a transformation.
Calls for racial equity, diversity, and inclusion can be heard from protesters and corporate executives alike. People who were once silent on issues of racial justice and inequality are speaking up — in the office, at home, and online.
As a reporter who focuses on diversity and inclusion, I have a lot of conversations about topics of race and identity. I’ve covered why corporate leaders seem to finally be listening to calls for racial justice, what company executives need to do differently when it comes to diversity and inclusion, which companies are taking the right steps toward equality, and much more.
This doesn’t make me an expert, but it does mean I learn from my sources every day. They’ve taught me how language can be used to exclude and, conversely, to elevate and empower.
I thought it would be helpful to include a list of some words you’re likely hearing more of given the nationwide protests in the wake of George Floyd’s killing. This list is by no means exhaustive or comprehensive, but it’s a starting point for someone seeking to educate themselves on important words related to diversity, equity, and …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Strategy