The Right Way To Be Wrong

Privilege, by nature, can blind us to the ways we harm others. Just as the religious majority, unwittingly, steps on our toes, we can often step on the toes of other minorities or women. This can lead to hurt feelings and anger directed at us as the toe steppers. How should we react once our toe treading is pointed out to us? What tools can you use to overcome the initial emotional backlash for said toe stepping? Why is telling people to “Get steel toed boots” not an answer?”

With Kim Rippere and Monette Richards.

Starts at 8 am CDT!

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The Right Way To Be Wrong

One thought on “The Right Way To Be Wrong

  1. Bhaal says:

    I’m a little disappointed with this video, I feel like the discussion had the wrong focus. Felt like a long rant rather than a useful discussion on how to improve oneself.

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