Speak no evil, see no evil: The importance of talking ‘politics’ at work
If people are forced to experience discrimination in the workplace, they should have the right—without reprisal—to talk about the politics surrounding that discrimination.
Anti-Black racism protestors are pictured in Ottawa on June 5, 2020. Nearly a year after organizations wrote their pithy Black Lives Matter statements, many struggle with talking about racism with their employees. These discourses are a necessary component of tackling discrimination in the workplace, writes Erica Ifill. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade