Category: NAACP

Working While Black: Surviving Workplace Racism & Microaggressions — BlackDoctor

The struggles of being a Black professional are multi-layered. We’re often underrepresented in a lot of the places we’re employed. Finding allies that look like us is often crucial to corporate survival and day-to-day sanity. Even when we find that group of co-workers who are “down” we still have to deal with the effects of…

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Your Personality-Watered Down & Non-Existent…What a Shame!

Good Morning to My Followers,

I know I haven’t been blogging for a while, but I must say that I am so happy to be back.  I have a New mind set, life focus’s and a revamp blue print of blogging that most will love/like.

Moving forward, I’ve been watching and listening to Sheila Robinson-Kiss, who is a motivational speaker, and clinical social worker/therapist Youtube videos for a little over a year now.  And I couldn’t have come across a better speaker than her.  There are many, yet she’s one of my favorites. Her messages are clear, direct, passionate, and at times eye opening and may make you tear up or ponder, but that’s only because she uses examples from her years of counseling various kinds of people and their situations.  And examples from her own experiences as well.  I recommend you to listen to this video, I wouldn’t waste your precious time.  Give it a listen, and let me know what you think.

-Lavender