Identifying white Dominant Norms

In this week's episode Leyla builds on last week's show and talks about identifying white norms, what they are and providing real-life examples. Continue Reading Identifying white Dominant Norms

Welcome to the 233rd episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. In our last episode, we introduced the topic of white dominant norms and their significance.

This week, we will expand upon that foundation by offering a detailed guide on how to discern and identify these prevailing norms in various contexts.

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In today’s show on Identifying white Dominant Norms

  • About my TEDx Wolverhampton talk. [00:49]
  • Explaining what white dominant norms entail. [01:38]
  • Methods for measuring and assessing white dominant norms. [02:19]
  • Discussing an email I received that exemplifies white dominant norms. [12:30]
  • Reflecting on my emotional response to the email. [15:34]

Quotes on Identifying white Dominant Norms

  • It’s a work-based community and sharing is viewed as weak.
  • Politeness is valued over genuine honesty.
  • Useful feedback is often not provided promptly.
  • There’s also superiority to the written word.
  • Focus is placed on protecting power instead of addressing harms.

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