If you're building a business, and want it to be anti-racist and inclusive, here are 5 ways for you to begin. #edi #antiracism #diversityandinclusion
People care about different things. Rightly or wrongly, people react strongly to some things that other people are not affected by. Even when, objectively, they are not comparable, there is no way of controlling what issues will push buttons for people. Over the last year, I have been so aware of who is saying /doing… Continue reading Why You Need To Change Processes, Not People, In Order To Achieve Equality
I thought that being a feminist meant I was doing "the right thing" for women - helping to promote gender equality, supporting women at work as well as in the home. I had heard about intersectionality, but I naively assumed that remembering to include profiles of black women, or inviting my black friends to speak… Continue reading Feminism Let Me Down
I am brown. I used to call myself "mixed race" but now that I know that race is a construct, it feels like that term is no longer accurate. I am half-Indian, half-Irish, born in Malaysia, raised in Ireland, living in England for nearly 10 years. My mother was white and Irish, my father was… Continue reading I Am Brown.
It's 2020, and we are somehow still fighting racism. I say "we", but I am new to this anti-racism game, and I know I have a lot to learn. So as difficult as it has been for the last few weeks, I can only imagine how hard it has been for everyone doing the work… Continue reading Making Our Anti-Racism Journeys Sustainable