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Shouldn't we always strive for equality in the workplace? On today's show, Andy argues that it might be better to strive for equity rather than equality. On this episode and every episode, we dig into the complicated moral issues people face in the workplace.
PRINDLE POSTNov 23, 2021
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EXAMINING ETHICSNOV 17, 2021
On today’s episode of Examining Ethics, philosopher Alison Bailey joins us with an invitation to “wade slowly and mindfully into the weight of whiteness, and to attend to the ways white supremacy has misshapen our nation, our communities, and our humanity.” She writes that while black, indigenous and people of color feel the weight of whiteness daily, most white people tend to numb themselves to this weight.LISTEN TO THIS
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