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Friday, July 8, 2016

HANDLING EMOTIONS OF RACIAL INJUSTICE WHILE AT WORK...OR NOT


Feeling Rebloggy
From 2015



"As our country sits enraged about numerous moments of injustice, racial tension and police brutality, we still have to
get up, go to work and “wear the mask.” For some in the Black professional community, this has been a challenge. A host of questions circled in the heads of Black professionals after Officer Darren Wilson was not indicted on any charges in the deaths of Mike Brown in Ferguson, Mo., Freddie Gray in Baltimore Md., or after more Black men and women are unjustly shot dead in the streets by police officers.


You may think, ‘How am I going to go to work tomorrow angry? How am I going to avoid any uncomfortable conversations with coworkers? How will I respond to insensitive and ignorant questions or comments? Will people expect me to be the resident expert and voice of the Black community?’ All of these questions are valid and speak to the larger issues of how events in society trickle … or bulldoze … into our workplace environments as well..."
BlackEnterprise.com




Read More:http://www.blackenterprise.com/career/how-handle-emotions-racial-injustice-while-work/ 



OR
you could  take Evelyn Of The Internets Advice
and


CALL IN BLACK
TO WORK