Inclusive Language for Acquired Diversity
Inclusive Language & Communication • 1m 40s
Learn to recognize the importance of using language that avoids trivializing or falsely referencing real traumas others may have experienced. Understand why acquired diversity -- the sum of people’s lived experience -- is an asset to your corporate culture and creative problem-solving capacity.
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