Antiracism is a Virtue


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What is antiracism and why should we consider it one of the virtues, like courage or honesty? Getting Ethics to Work’s resident ethicist Andy Cullison and producer Kate Berry explore the ways in which antiracism--as defined by scholars like Angela Davis and Ibrham Kendi--is a virtue. On this episode and every episode, we dig into the complicated moral issues people face in the workplace. If you have a workplace dilemma you need some help with, send your story to our producer Kate at katherineberry@depauw.edu. For this episode’s transcript, click here.


Being Antiracist”: Materials from the National Museum of African American History and Culture How To Be An Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi Antiracism defined by the Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre Virtue Ethics Aristotle’s Virtues and Vices What is a White Savior?

Materials for Talking about Race and Racism at Work

"Confronting Racism at Work: A Reading List How to talk about racism at workHow Should You Be Talking With Employees About Racism?” HBR Ideacast “Talking about Race at Work" "It's Time to Stop Talking about Diversity at Work and Start Talking about Race" "How to Begin Talking about Race in the Workplace" Credits: Thanks to Smallbox for designing our logo and website. Thank you to Brian Price for editing and mixing each episode.Brass Buttons” by Blue Dot Sessions From www.sessions.blue CC BY-NC 4.0 To contact us, email katherineberry@depauw.edu

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