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Welcome to Episode 2 of Season 2!
In this episode, I speak with New York-based actor and longtime friend, Katie Schickert. We had an open and honest conversation about how her many privileged identities influence her daily experiences and how her not-so-privileged identities impact her. We realized just how much geographic location matters and how important it is to have conversations with those whose identities you don't share. Her insight as a White woman was priceless and I appreciate her candor. Our high energy conversation led me to emphasize the phrases, "It's not always about race," I don't see color," and then The Talk.
Katie Schickert is an actor based in New York City. She holds a Bachelor of Music degree from The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.
Check out her talent and her website!
Music for this episode is Like Honey by Dr. Delight provided by soundstripe.com.
Cover artwork and design by Katrina Langland and Eloise Stewart.
Here are some interesting resources to check out that highlight I don't see color and The Talk:
Article that talks about the problem with saying "I don't see color"
A Medbridge course given by my colleague and me on "I don't see color" - great for clinicians and practitioners...(pssst, it's free!)
Finally, some information on 'The Talk'
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...when you work with people... Language matters. Culture counts.
Thank you for listening!