Episode 28: DIVersity or INversity? A New Conversation to Spark Healing & Unity with Karith Foster

In this episode you’ll hear:

  • Why Karith believes that the Diversity movement has been hijacked — and why it’s more than a hashtag or a protest — and how she is changing the conversation around diversity.
  • The 3 major reasons why we stereotype others.
  • Why Karith believes that we need to think critically about what the news, TV shows and social media tell us — and be aware of what we’re learning.
  • How to open others’ eyes to a new way to look at something, without insulting them or shaming them. 
  • The 7 C’s – why people say the things they do and how to have responsible conversations — being sure what the other person meant and avoiding misunderstandings and broken relationships.

A speaker, humorist, TV & radio personality, author, entrepreneur, wife, and mother, Karith is a positive force of change. She is a Diversity Engagement Specialist whose signature programs are impacting lives at academic institutions, organizations and corporations across America in a time when humor, understanding, acceptance and respect are so desperately needed. 

If you’re inspired by this episode, I’d love to hear your biggest Aha! moments. Take a screenshot of you listening on your device and post it to your social media and tag me, @christieturley!

LINKS:

This is the Dress mentioned in the episode

Karith’s new book, You Can Be Perfect or You Can Be Happy

Karith’s Website, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & LinkedIn

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