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How to Be an Active Bystander When You See Casual Racism
You can feel it coming: that awful joke your friend likes to tell about immigrants. Questions like “Don’t all lives matter?” or “Did he resist arrest?” The discomfort becomes palpable. Your gut twists ... read more
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How to Safely Intervene in a Conflict
For those of us who are conflict-averse, situations involving harassment or discrimination may feel easier to avoid or ignore in hopes that the threat will go away or someone else will intervene. But ... read more
How to Stop a Power Grab
and they might see us on the news and come looking for a confrontation.” Shah raised her eyebrows. When the call was over, she said, “One of my mantras is: If you’re organizing something ... read more
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UMN Forest Resources Department, others in STEM reckon with anti-racism letters from students
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impressed to see a world leader who speaks his language of misogyny and racism. A decade and a half ago, it was enough for Baron Cohen to say something extreme in character and let people’s ... read more