What are white Dominant Norms?

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Welcome to the 233rd episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast. Last week marked Race Equality Week, and theme is going to carry on. Today I discuss What are white Dominant Norms?

We’ll delve into the pervasive influence of white dominant norms and their impact on workplace dynamics and culture.

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In today’s show on What are white Dominant Norms?

  • About my TEDx Wolverhampton talk. [00:55]
  • The inspiration behind this episode [01:32]
  • Exploring white dominant culture. [02:39]
  • Some influences on white dominant culture [04:27]
  • Beyond Race Equality Week: Four Essential Episodes [06:40]

Quotes on What are white Dominant Norms?

  • When we tackle or think about one issue, it’s never really in isolation.
  • For example, we know that women’s pain isn’t taken seriously resulting in catastrophe.
  • White dominant culture is not harmful in itself, it’s the lack of understanding around it.
  • Why conversations about race equality have petered out.
  • Race equality is not just for one week, but a platform to continuing positive change.

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