We’re taught to believe that hard work and dedication will lead to success, but that’s not always been. Gender, scoot, ethnicity, religion, disorder, sex orientation are among the many points that affect our chances, says novelist and advocate Melinda Epler, and it’s up to each of us to be allies for those who face discrimination. In this actionable talk, Epler shares three ways to support people who are underrepresented in the workplace. “There’s no magical twig for compensating diversity and inclusion, ” she says. “Change happens one person at a time, one ordinance at a time, one word at a time.”
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