Race Equality

Visibility with Louise

Visibility with Louise Ndibwirende Goux-Wirth 

Visibility and What it Means In today’s episode of the Diverse Minds podcast, I’m joined by Louise Goux-Wirth to talk about visibility. Louise shares her insights about visibility and being seen at work. We talk about the positive impact of being visible and how it can help your career trajectory. When and how to make yourself more visible, and why it’s important to do so. Louise also talks about when to keep your head down if you’re underrepresented in the…

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Windrush Day with Patrick Vernon

Windrush Day with Patrick Vernon

In today’s episode of the Diverse Minds podcast, I’m joined by Dr Patrick Vernon to talk about Windrush Day.  The first-ever Windrush Day was celebrated in 2018 on the 22nd of June. It is a special day to remember the first generation of people from the Caribbean, who came over to the UK by invitation to help rebuild Britain after World War Two.  One of the ships was called Empire Windrush, with over 500 passengers from the Caribbean. It arrived…

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Racism and Genuine Allyship with Leyla Okhai

Racism and Genuine Allyship

Racism and Genuine Allyship On today’s episode of the Diverse Minds podcast, I’m going to be talking about racism and genuine allyship. This week’s episode was meant to be about my new online course the Mentally Healthy Professional, however, with what’s been happening this week and quite frankly for the past 400+ years, I felt the need to speak about my own experience of racism. Including the faces of racism and why we all need to and can take action…

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Five Lessons we can learn from Noughts and Crosses

On today’s episode, I’m going to be talking about the five lessons we can all learn from the TV series, Noughts and Crosses, to address inequity in the workplace. I decided to talk about this because while I was watching the show, I completely fell in love with all the characters, and became very engrossed in the series as many people did. I also felt there were lots of parallels and lessons we could all learn to improve the workplace…

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