Join BTR News in conversation about Black men's health and their high instances of developing prostate cancers. 1 out of 7 Black men in the United States will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. What can we do to lessen our risks? Two African American doctors, Dr. Bullock and Dr. Hall will be part of this discussion.
Thursday, October 12th 8:00PM Eastern/ 5:00PM Pacific
The Context of White Supremacy hosts our Thursday weekly caucus on Workplace Racism. The reason for this broadcast is to upgrade non-white people’s problem-solving abilities and to bolster how black people think, speak, act and control emotions while on the job. Any listeners who’ve unearthed the best method to minimize disputes with White and/or non-white co-workers, sidestep demotions, write-ups, terminations or other violence we experience in Racist work environments should be first to call in with particulars. We always value and appreciate the observations of “black entrepreneurs;” please, share with us how being “self-employed” makes your labor experience better. Several listeners voiced an interest in forming a group to brainstorm ideas to help black people in the area of employment. Any listeners with human resource experience are encouraged to inquire about details. We’ll hear counter-racist suggestions from listeners as well as individual reflections from your own work history. Gus suggests Victims of Racism write down significant workplace events. Documenting your thoughts and workplace occurrences is more reliable than memory, and the act of documenting can clarify your thinking. We’ll also ask that non-white listeners share important sections of the policy and procedure from your current place of employment.
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