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Making Your PR Campaigns More Inclusive and Diverse - Shared screen with speaker view
Terry Allen
24:32
Offensive most def!!
Niesha McCoy
24:40
Offensive. Racial stereotypes
Niesha McCoy
25:00
Nl
Diana Hallman
25:00
Agree. Offensive
Niesha McCoy
25:08
no clue
Terry Allen
25:27
stereotypes of Hirohita or Japanese general '
Terry Allen
25:48
WASSSUP sir You Rock!!!!!
Niesha McCoy
28:08
I remember that Cheerios commercial where of a white mother and a child and people went crazy because it had a black father.
Terry Allen
36:28
The Okie Doke is real cultural appropriation has a rampant systemic history Chuck Berry Father of Rock and Roll no honor given to him Little Richard not given his honor as pioneer of music Pat Boone stole his music and they were labeled as RACE records
Terry Allen
37:00
if we fall for a bunch of ‘okey-doke,’ just because it sounds funny or the tweets are provocative, then we allow racism to thrive
Terry Allen
43:28
Employer Resource groups at work are exclusive
Terry Allen
44:06
Exclusive and filled with blind spots
Terry Allen
44:36
Career clubs too
Terry Allen
45:01
I love this presentation sir Amazing
Elyzabeth Marcussen
47:44
I am allergic to crabs... so...
Terry Allen
51:59
While we can applaud all those corporations that have symbolically denounced systemic racism we have UNERASE history and social culture to create authentic racial equity. As a long standing diversity and equity trainer, I find it always a challenge to re-teach parity.. Do you think we as a collective culture are ready to reexamine, re-evaluate and redo our historical truth at all so that we have authentic culture and diverse narratives in our PR strategies sir?
Terry Allen
56:24
This open dialogue is awesome thanks you Cedric!
Susan Casey
59:57
Anyone have contacts that are EJ pros?
Qiana Ray
01:00:27
Thank you Mr. Brown!
Niesha McCoy
01:01:33
I would like to get these slides