How to Talk About Race at Work

Acknowledge

Ask Open Questions

Affirm

Do Research and Act

Avoid Becoming Defensive

Avoid Over Generalizing

Don’t Lean on Your Minority Colleagues

Don’t Focus on Yourself

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