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Simple Ways to Remarkably Reduce Racial Bias in the Workplace
Episode 1511th November 2021 • Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner • Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner
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Racial Bias in the Workplace

Racial bias in the workplace is an open secret to those who experience it and a symptom of willful blindness to those who inflict it. It’s a serious problems.

Today’s guest, Daralyse Lyons is an activist who works tirelessly to shine a spotlinght on these issues and offer solutions on how to start fixing it.

What You’ll Discover About Racial Bias in the Workplace (highlights & transcript):

* What most people fail to grasp about diversity [01:45]

* How to calm fears about diversity in the workplace [05:23]

* What it means to “do the work in a meaningful way” [08:59]

* How experiencing racial bias in the workplace is multilayered [11:23]

* Proactive steps employees can take to reduce racial bias in the workplace [13:05]

* Proactive steps employers can take to reduce racial bias in the workplace [14:37]

* The role of microaggressions in contributing to racial bias in the workplace [17:38]

* How start-ups and small businesses can support diversity, equity and inclusion [19:23]

* And MUCH more.

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Guest: Daralyse Lyons

Daralyse Lyons, aka the Transformational Storyteller, is a journalist, an actor, and an activist. She has written more than two dozen full-length books, a handful of short stories, and countless articles, performed in various plays and in improv comedy shows.

A member of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and a summa cum laude graduate of NYU, with a double-major in English and Religious Studies and a minor in History, she is passionate about exposing the painful side of history, the side that is not written by oppressors. Through her studies, she has come to see the beautiful and overlapping philosophies of Judaism, Islam and Christianity and wonders why people so often use religion as a battering ram, instead of a source of solace and support.

As a Biracial woman, she has made it her mission to stand for a more integrated world. As a sexually fluid person who has had relationships and experiences with both men and women, she has had to find her place amidst a multitude of communities that attempt to erase her orientation and has been a voice within the darkness.

After writing an award-winning children’s book (I’m Mixed!) about embracing her multiethnic heritage, Daralyse found her passion and her purpose educating others about the need to embrace all aspects of themselves. Since then, she has written and spoken extensively on the subject of diversity. Her perspective is one that looks to acknowledge the past while refusing to become incapacitated by it. As a Biracial, multiethnic and sexually fluid woman, she is uniquely empowered to use her seemingly disparate background as a catalyst for cross-cultural understanding.

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Contact Daralyse and connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram as well as hear her Demystifying Diversity podcast.

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