Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral was watched around the world. In today’s episode, we’ll dissect the paradox and complexity of her reign. We’ll also look at the experiences of black and brown people in Britain and the U.S, before providing receipts on the issues marginalized employees in Britain face in the workplace. Then, we’ll cap the episode with a double dose of C-CRETS on how to stand up to oppression in the workplace, and what King Charles can do to make life better for black and brown people in the Commonwealth.
This week on C-CRETS:
[4:25] A complex reign
[10:25] America and the Uk have similar values
[14:25] Systems of oppression, a contributor to generational wealth
[16:22] The vigilante syndrome
[21:00] The plight of marginalized groups is systemic
[22:37] Receipts on the issues marginalized employees face in the workplace
[28:40] C-CRETS on how to stand up to oppression in the workplace
[33:34] C-CRETS on what King Charles can do to make life better for black and brown people in the Commonwealth.
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The People Refusing to Mourn the Queen’s Death