In S2E9, Catri Barrett speaks to host of the Vulnerable podcast, Allysa Rochelle. She is also the founder of TING, a consultancy that works to create safe spaces for marginalised people within the workplace and offers personal and professional development programmes to young Black future leaders.
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Talking points in this episode:
How courage, vulnerability and anti-racism work intersect and influence one another
What it means to be courageous and how taking personal responsibility for your life can enable you to heal from anything you’ve experienced
Way’s you might be spiritually bypassing yourself and how to stop
The importance of white people releasing shame before stepping into anti-racism work so that you don’t get stuck in guilt
The problem with refusing to acknowledge race or refer to your own, or others, skin colour and why it’s important to understand and use terminology like white supremacy, privilege and intersectionality
Releasing shame and mobilising yourself: How to step into anti-racism work and create a better future for your ancestors
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