- Racialized employees often endure an emotional tax with negative impacts on wellbeing, health, and the ability to thrive at work (Catalyst).
- Being an anti-racist is different from being “not a racist,” and the difference is often not well understood.
- There is no one-size-fits-all approach to anti-racism.
- Anti-racism is an active process to identify and remove barriers faced by racialized persons.
- Understanding the lived experiences of racialized persons and confronting barriers experienced by racialized persons are the two keys to anti-racism practice.
- Everyone’s experiences are valid and unique, and listening to those experiences helps us better understand them.
Impact and Result
- This guide is intended to be shared with any employees within your organization.
- It will provide more detail about what it means to be, and how you can be, anti-racist.
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