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Shop Talk | November 18 - Shared screen with speaker view
Brit Kramer
14:44
Welcome everyone - please feel free to use the chat for comments and questions.
Brit Kramer
17:49
Policy and employee handbooks, contracts
Brit Kramer
18:25
They, them, their (vs him/her)
Brit Kramer
19:46
Chair (vs chairperson)
Brit Kramer
19:53
vs chairman
Brit Kramer
21:14
Esteemed guests..
Brit Kramer
22:40
rockstars, hello association members
Brit Kramer
24:41
Word of the year "They"
Kim Marquette
28:22
What is the name of the book please
Brit Kramer
28:44
https://www.doubletallllc.com/inclusive-af-a-field-guide
Brit Kramer
29:01
Inclusive AF: A Field Guide for Accidental Diversity Experts, Dr. Jen O'Ryan
Joseph Diehl
31:48
I work with Native American tribes, and they often address everyone in an event as "tribal members" - while the audience is made up of a significant number of people who for example, staff the association, are from government agencies or are with vendors. This is tricky for me, as an association manager... to give advice on broadening their introduction, based on the history of colonization and being forced onto reservations (among other things). Any suggestions? I'm thinking of discussing it with the Chairperson privately.
Jen O'Ryan
34:17
https://calendly.com/pagingdrjen
Helen Doty
35:18
Thanks you Jen and Brit!
Kim Marquette
35:57
Thanks Brit