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“It’s not about race.” Did you know implicit biases influence how you judge someone’s credibility? Check out this info to avoid the injustice that often shows up when people of color share their experiences with racism.
Have you ever witnessed a white person claiming membership to another racial group? Rachel Dolezal got a lot of attention for it, but she’s not the only one. Celia Edell is breaking down what’s going on – and why it’s harmful.
Do you ever feel like a fraud? Like your success is due to luck and not your own ability? That’s called impostor syndrome, and Celia Edell’s talking about her struggles with it – we hope her insights can help.