Microaggressions: Did you really just say that?
In the wake of protests across the country, it is clear that prejudice, bias, and discrimination are a lot more common than many people would like to admit. Many times, this plays out in the form of microaggressions, or indirect, often unintentional, expressions of racism, sexism, ageism, or ableism. An expert shares advice on how to confront microaggressions, whether you’re a target, bystander or perpetrator.
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