The C.O.W.S. Neutralizing Workplace Racism 05/13/22

Friday, May 13th 8:00PM Eastern / 5:00PM Pacific

The Context of White Supremacy hosts the weekly summit on Neutralizing Workplace Racism. We hoped to have Rice University Professor Danielle D. King with us earlier this week to share tips and insights on for black employees. Alas, like so many job-seekers with “black sounding names,” we never heard back from Professor King. Incidentally, we’ll discuss her idea of “Perceived Organizational Support.” Gus concludes that non-white people will generally have little to no assistance or support your co-workers. If you find yourself in the inviable position where your employer and colleagues appreciate your feedback and earnestly work to remedy your workplace problems, you’re in a cozy but rare position for black people. Enjoy it as long as possible. Professor King and others also promote the idea of talking about “microaggressions” with other co-workers. For years, Gus has discouraged this type of reckless chitchat and advised non-white people to always speak as though everything you say in a work environment is being documented.

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2 Replies to “The C.O.W.S. Neutralizing Workplace Racism 05/13/22”

  1. Good Morning Gus,

    I am a Black male, victim of racism white supremacy. I recently started a job at a new plantation and there is a maintenance worker (suspected racist), who has asked me on two separate occasions, if whether I like the new job or not. My response has been “that I am still learning”. I was curious to know if there were other codified responses that I may use for this type of question.

    Thank you ,

    1. Flip the question and say I don’t know but what about you, I just got here, do you like your job? But “I am still learning” is simple and shuts down any possible further conversation.

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