Date: Thursday, 24 September 2020
Time: 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Location: Online only
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It's easy to call yourself an "ally," but genuine, active allyship takes constant learning, engaging, and disruption. As our county faces a reckoning over racial injustice, attacks against immigrant communities on the rise, and violence persists against transgender and gender-diverse people - it's never been more paramount to put your allyship to work.

Learn how to practice allyship in the workplace, with your family, and throughout your daily life in the next installment of Keeping It Real - featuring a conversation among activists and business leaders who're doing the hard work of dismantling systemic oppression within their own organizations.

Priya Frank - Director of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion at Seattle Art Museum
Gunner Scott - Principal Consultant at Making Waves Consulting & Coaching
Robin Force Counts - Anti-racism Educator, Researcher at Salesforce

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About Keeping It Real
Are you ready to discuss the ups, the downs, the personal, and the logistical of navigating work, home, and this thing called life? Join GSBA and host Lindsey T. H. Jackson, as they get real each week, exploring health and wellness for the conscious business leader.

Photo Shoot- LTHJ & PWF.November 16th, 2013.0224 (1)Lindsey T. H. Jackson, a North American based leader in serving humans around the world. LTHJ Global, the umbrella brand for Lindsey T. H. Jackson, empowers people, leaders, and organizations to pursue and achieve their full potential. Authentically leading an empowering entity for personal and organizational wellness, Lindsey T.H. Jackson, at her core, is a creative force in motion. Through one-woman shows, books, live events, film and companies, LTHJ Global is shifting people’s mindsets and actions away from fear and toward our highest human potential.

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