Keeping Silent

keeping silent

For people not directly impacted by these events, the default response is often silence. Many White people avoid talking about race because they fear being seen as prejudiced, so they adopt strategic colourblindness instead. Here “Seeing Race and Seeming Racist? Evaluating Strategic Colourblindness in Social Interaction” is discussed at length.  Many managers also think they lack the skills to have difficult conversations around differences.

Related posts

Street in Front of White House Now Renamed ‘Black Lives Matter Plaza’


Formula One Drivers Show Anti-Racism Support


#EndSARS: Nigeria’s President Buhari tone-deaf speech


Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More