Effectively responding to racism requires you to act with a clear purpose. In this episode of our What to Say When You Hear Something Racist limited series, Elena shares a process for you to get clear on your purpose for saying something, including the five categories of purposes you’ll likely be drawing from.
Mentioned on this episode:
- The 5 Reasons to Say Something [Purpose]:
- To interrupt the thinking behind the words being said
- To educate
- To strengthen a relationship
- To contain a contagion
- To preserve your own integrity
- Read Coaching for Equity (book by Elena)
- Take part in a Coaching for Equity Book Club
- Attend Coaching for Equity 101 (virtual workshop)
- Attend Coaching for Equity Masterclass (virtual workshop)
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