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Racist On-Air

If this post makes you feel something, it is doing its job

I’m just as guilty as the next person who likes to accentuate the uplifting parts of life. If you are always pointing out problems, people tend to not want to be around you much.

There’s a catch, though. If you ignore or don’t point out a problem, it persists. So though it may be a bitter pill to swallow, if there is something you want to change, the very first step is you have to acknowledge what is happening.

So this series of posts will acknowledge things I’d like to change. It’s not to shame or judge others, but rather to shine a light on, “yeah, this just happened.”

Take from it what you may.




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Joe Kwon

Keynote speaker on Leadership and Executive Presence, with a heart for promoting diversity

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