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While many awful DEI practices exist, Fleur has built a reputation of accountability and showing up! So many great assets are mentioned in this episode:
- Michelle talks with Fleur Larsen, a facilitator and DEI consultant with a great rep
- Fleur’s next workshop is Power With Not Power Over for white women, starting Sept 10
- She is one of the founders of Skate Like a Girl (est. 2000) and comes from the therapy, education and nonprofit spaces
- adrienne marie brown and Emergent Strategy - learn more about emergent strategy!
- WOAH she does 60% of the work for 40% of the pay when she works with BIPOC folx. Did you hear that? Just wanted to point it out.
- We mentioned Lola’s Ink, a new podcast by Jenna Hanchard which also features a great story from Jenna and guest Jodi-Ann Burey => In A World Full of Karens Be An Elizabeth...check it out!
- Fleur talked about The Crown Act, created in 2019 to ensure protection against discrimination based on race-based hairstyles by extending statutory protection to hair texture and styles like braids, locs, twists, and knots in the workplace and public schools. Yes, this is still happening.
- Fleur mentions Resmaa Menakem, therapist and author of books like My Grandmother’s Hands
- The Power of a Fundraiser: is an article I wrote, that was referenced...
- Fleur gives props to Aparna Rae, Ligaya Domingo, Jodi-Ann Burey, Regent Brown, Tami Farber and Michelle Gislason
- Gratitude to Falon Sierra for letting us use her new song “Sprained Ankles" throughout this episode - its so good right?
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