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Dec 10, 2023

Rarely do people aspire to be non-inclusive. More often, people claim they want to be inclusive, yet they don't know how to demonstrate it effectively. There are gaps in lived experiences and knowledge that can lead to unintentional, yet harmful non-inclusive behavior.

In an interview with Mita Mallick, author of Reimagine Inclusion: Debunking 13 Myths to Transform Your Workplace, she shared, “On my journey of allyship, I have realized I have unintentionally at times put the burden on individuals from historically marginalized communities to educate me. We cannot continue to burden Black and Brown individuals to educate us on hurt and harm they continue to experience, both in our communities and in our workplaces. I now understand that it’s my job to gain understanding and empathy for lived experiences that aren’t my own.”

Julie unpacks the key myths with Mita in this week's episode. Follow Julie on Forbes to get the latest articles here: