How Managers Can (and Should) Address Race and Violence in The News

“I can’t breathe”

This week, hundreds of thousands of people of color are struggling for breath, again. Opening apps and browsers and seeing ourselves, our children, our significant others in the images of slain men and women. Putting an “Amy” face to the quiet “I’m not racist, but…” ghosts that haunt our careers. Mourning.

Then the computer dings. Time to work.

The work of compartmentalizing collective trauma is a soft skill you won’t see listed in job descriptions…

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Speaking up for humanity through intersectional social justice. Open to all.

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Maria Louisa

Just a girl staring at a cheeseplate, asking it to be calorie free. Full time Sr. Talent Acquisition Partner, part-time Poshmark Addict. House Gryffindor.

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