Through my work as a global speaker working to interrupt oppression, I’ve met so many people of color who have shared their struggles with me. I’m so grateful to hear your stories, so thank you for sharing. One of the big questions that come up regularly is how, as a person of color, can you care less – or not at all – about what white people think of you, especially when racial supremacy is so pronounced in our society?
I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about this because of my own experiences with racism and my diversity work, and here’s what I can tell you: the primary way to stop caring about what white people think of you is to decolonize your heart and your mind.
What do I mean by this? Watch this video, as I explain how you can come overcome this challenge, so that you can interrupt internalized bias, stand in your power, and feel more confident about who you are.
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