Making a workplace more racially aware starts with educating people about what constitutes as racism.
Gratitude is proven to increase your happiness. And if your own happiness isn’t motivation enough, it will deepen your relationships, make someone happier and encourage them to repeat the good behaviour.
Entering the summer period marks a transition phase, which provides a good opportunity to reflect on your pandemic parenting experiences.
“I have my own therapist, which I think every therapist should, just like doctors have doctors.”
Most of the actions we perform are done mindlessly as a result of the habits we have formed. Here’s how you can change that.
Tim Shriver, Chairman of the Special Olympics, shares his insights on inclusion in the time of social distancing and how we can better support children with disabilities.
“For the most part of my life, I’ve been cooped up inside for long periods either at home or at the hospital.”
Education is key to sustaining the momentum and creating long-term awareness in the fight against racism.
While being physically present at a protest may not be feasible, there are other ways people with disabilities can participate in the Black Lives Matter movement.