Episode 111: Recognizing Racism

“As we do work around anti-racism and equity, we have to be able to tap into and connect with the parts of us, regardless of your racial identity, that haven’t been reflected or accepted elsewhere.”

Elena Aguilar

How can people build knowledge around what racism is and build the accompanying skillset to identify racism in our daily lives? 

Today Elena is joined by her teammate, LesLee Bickford, to explore this question first through story-telling and then through unraveling the many steps along a learning journey.

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