The Cultural Conversation

The topics of Bias, Prejudice, Bigotry, and Racism can make people uncomfortable and defensive, but sweeping them under the rug won’t make them go away. It’s essential to have open and honest conversations about these issues to create a better understanding and promote positive change. 

Hate crimes are a growing concern, and incidents may go unreported or unnoticed. The key is to listen and learn from each other, without judgment or finger-pointing. We’re all human, and we all have our biases and prejudices, but it’s how we handle them that makes a difference. Through empathy and gentle care, we can embrace our differences and create a better world for all. Let’s start by having tough conversations and truly listening to each other.

Marklyn has 1 goal. That goal is to motivate people to embrace our differences through tough conversations, handled with gentle care. This is not a conversation meant to be humorous, but one driven by empathy.

Let’s find a time when we can arrange this conversation

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