Complications with the ROTL: Should you get the Right to Speak, Listen and Be Heard… even if those ideas are rooted in stereotypes and biases?

  Yesterday and today news surfaced that a software engineer at Google wrote a 3,300 word memo outlining why there is really no bias in the workplace that is against women. The author claims that the real truth is that women are just not equipped to handle high-stress jobs (From the source: Women suffer from … Continue reading Complications with the ROTL: Should you get the Right to Speak, Listen and Be Heard… even if those ideas are rooted in stereotypes and biases?

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“Can You Hear Me Now?”: The Right to Speak, Listen, and Be Heard.

Let's just take a second to say: YOU'RE STILL HERE?! OMG! YOU HAVEN'T GOTTEN BORED WITH ME YET? Awwwww [hug emoji] You're too kind. Although this blog isn't really about whether like me or not, but it does make me feel honored that you're back to at least read about the RotL. But then again, … Continue reading “Can You Hear Me Now?”: The Right to Speak, Listen, and Be Heard.