Bystander Intervention – How to Interrupt Racial & Ethnic Microaggressions: Knowledge Burst
In this Knowledge Burst, you will learn easy-to-use tactics to interrupt or stop racial and ethnic microaggressions at work, no matter your role in the organization. Bystander intervention is a straightforward way to make a difference. By the end of this Knowledge Burst, you will feel empowered to help steer your organization toward a more equitable and inclusive culture.
In this 10-minute Knowledge Burst you will:
- Learn to recognize microaggressions and opportunities where you can make a difference by intervening as a bystander.
- Learn different tactics to intervene that you can call on depending on the situation.
- Get a chance to practice different bystander intervention skills.
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