In this week's episode, Billy and Brian talk to Global Inclusion and Diversity Business Leader Ericka Jones about:
--what inclusion, diversity, and equity training looks like and how it makes us more aware of our blind spots
--how we NEED to use our privilege to ensure people have equitable experiences
--how conversations around inclusion, diversity, and equity have evolved over the course of the last year
--how her yoga and meditation practices help her have difficult conversations around inclusion, diversity, and equity with others
--the consequences of code-switching
--the importance of representation and allyship
--the role representation has played in her life as a sorority sister at the University of Nebraska and as a Lululemon ambassador
--taking action by creating a space to have conversations around inclusion, diversity, and equity through Pause to Ground
--why it's been hard for her to say she's a "proud" Nebraska Cornhusker
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