How to Show Up for the Black Community

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To our non Black friends: It's okay if you're feeling uncomfortable right now. It's not okay to do nothing. But with so much going on, the question is, what? And how?

Please join us for an open conversation with Dr. Akilah Cadet, a specialist in diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. Our goal is to enlighten and inform those who are interested in taking action but might be unsure of what to do.

Dr. Cadet will walk us through tangible ways - big and small - that can provide meaningful support to the Black community.

Dr. Akilah Cadet

Key Takeaways

  • What being an ally means
  • Ways to support your Black co-workers/employees
  • What to do if you witness racism
  • How to have difficult conversations about race
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About Dr. Akilah Cadet

Dr. Akilah Cadet is the founder of Change Cadet consulting firm, which offers a broad array of diversity services including executive coaching, strategic planning, crisis rebuilding, and facilitation. Cadet is a French term that means soldier (and happens to be Akilah’s last name). As it’s often an uphill battle for women, people of color, and marginalized communities to achieve success in the workplace, Change Cadet prepares soldiers of change to overcome these continuous battles to be their best selves. Akilah has 15+ years of experience working in various organizations, with both private and public sector companies. She literally has all the degrees, lives in Oakland, has a rare heart condition, and is a proud Beyoncé advocate.

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