Diversity advocate Vernā Myers presents a powerful, eloquent call to action. Her discussion of racial bias and the violence it feeds carries timely lessons and three practicable, unifying steps for social change. getAbstract recommends her talk to those who seek to spark cultural progress – and that, Myers emphasizes, should be everyone.
In this summary, you will learn
- How to resist cultural prejudice and prevent further violence against black people;
- How to identify and overcome your own hidden biases; and
- Why you must denounce racism, especially in the presence of children.
About the Speaker
Vernā Myers brings her background in law to her roles as diversity consultant and advocate.
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