10 Inclusive Language Blunders and How to Correct Them
DEI Vocabulary • 3m 12s
Take a closer look at some everyday expressions and you may find they’re historically rooted in racial or gender prejudice. Consider some simple ways to replace these language blunders with inclusive language in order to promote a healthier corporate culture.
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