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Communicate for Change
- Creating Justice in a World of Bias
- Narrated by: Genelle Aldred
- Length: 7 hrs and 48 mins
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How do we advocate for justice effectively in a world deeply divided by racial, gender, and class inequalities? If we want to make a positive difference, we have to know how to recognize our own biases and blind spots - only then can we understand how to be part of the solution and start having meaningful conversations.
In Communicate for Change, journalist and communication consultant Genelle Aldred offers suggestions and guidance to help us be better listeners, readers, watchers, and talkers. With insight drawn from years of experience, she breaks down the barriers to effective conversation so we can communicate in a more nuanced, thoughtful way and understand our part in bringing about a more just society.
You'll soon be noticing how singular narratives drive behavior and conversation, and how language helps to shape our views; understanding how fake news magnifies your own biases and blind spots; and reflecting on how to be a better ally in a way that is not just performative but that creates meaningful, effective, and lasting change.
Communicate for Change is a book for anyone interested in the conversations about race that have been happening in the UK and around the world, and anyone wanting to play their part in bringing about class, gender, and racial equity. Thought-provoking and stimulating, it lays out how we can take that next step from learning and talking about anti-racism and unconscious bias to putting it into practice and actively shaping an environment in which justice can thrive.
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- Philip Savva
Citizen Genelle !!
A unique young black female journalist is the story here. In a time of pluralism, mutualism and a new change to the order of us humans, her advice is right on. I was about to blow this audio book off in the fake news chapter. I clicked to check the author. Seeing her education and upbringing in Jamaica, while parents readied home in London gives her a unique writers role as an International journalist. As Dan Kahnaman has recently supported, young, white, Yuval Noah Harari, a Malcolm Gladwell could lend support to young, black, female, fellow Jamaican, and Journalist. Genelle Alard should be a great writing force to come. She is a DIAMOND MINE, her earnest pluralism can be contagious.