Unmasking Microaggressions

Sometimes subtle, often unintentional, but always a big deal, microaggressions reveal biases and cause harm.

Progress has never been comfortable. Conversations about race, bias, diversity and equity have gained renewed attention and urgency in the last 18 months. They’re happening among families, between friends and in the workplace. Such discussions are a good start in addressing the troubling realities of bias, racism and exclusion, but they rarely come easily—and, unfortunately, by themselves, they are insufficient to result in real, lasting change. We may be moving the dial a notch or two when it comes to confronting overt, systemic discrimination, but underlying biases usually have deep roots...

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