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Allyship is a Verb

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Allyship is a Verb

Chris Angel (they/them) Murphy, MSW

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A fortnightly podcast about LGBTQ+ allyship tips and passing the mic. Whether you're wanting to start or deepen your allyship practice, or you're part of the LGBTQ+ community yourself, there will be opportunities for learning for everyone! Every other Tuesday a new guest interview drops with self-reflection questions at the end to deepen the learning. The guests share out at least one allyship tip and answer tailored questions given their unique intersecting identities. The host Chris Angel ...
 
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How do you apologize when you make a mistake? In the previous episode, Shane Whalley (ze/hir) shared out hir allyship tip: "I think being a good ally, is the willingness to be uncomfortable. If you make a mistake, I'm a big believer that I would love for someone[... to] #AcknowledgeandApologize and then ask if there's anything needed for repair and…
 
Do you acknowledge and apologize when you make a mistake? #AcknowledgeandApologize In this week’s episode, Shane Whalley (ze/hir) shares a bit about hir history of language and community. Learn about the differences between cultural competency, cultural humility, and cultural responsiveness. We also discuss honoring community organizations that hav…
 
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