In today’s episode, listen as Keith and Ricky talk about the importance of finding your voice as an underrepresented professional. The hosts are joined by anti-racism educator, speaker and author, Theresa Robinson, who shares insights on her most recent book “Blaxhaustion, Karens & Other Threats to Black Lives and Well-Being.” Tune in to also find out about better allyship and how Black women can release their voices and advocate for themselves.
This week on C-CRETS:
[4:24] The doubts around using your voice
[11:27] Releasing the black female voice without restrictions
[19:08] The most disrespected person in America
[20:20] Performative wokeness
[24:34] The paradigm Theresa opposes
[29:04] Unwanted reminders
[30:33] The Whiteness Preservation System (WPS)
[31:42] Deflecting to the others
[35:11] Breaking the label
[35:55] Receipts on using your voice at work
[39:51] Becoming better allies
[42:22] Advocating for yourself as a black woman
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