• Shannon Wong Lerner, Ph.D.

When social media threads turn racist and ugly, how can we keep voicing our experience and truth?




When social media threads turn racist and ugly, how can we keep voicing our experience and truth?

I asked Madison and Emily about how one person interprets their "spicy posts" as positive while they might set another person off into a fit.


Yet even with some hateful responses, Madison and Emily's DEI voices prevail!


The responses they receive, whether supportive and inspired or spiteful and prejudiced, continue...


And to keep gifting us with their voice so we might be able to do the same with our own "spicy" anti-racist DEI content.


For the next 2 days until our Jan 4 premiere, I'll share memes with highlights from my talk with Emily O. Weltman, M. Ed. and Madison Butler (she/her) 🏳️‍🌈🦄

Co-founders of Rage2Rainbows, transforming cyberbully Rage into 💰 for groups that keep us safe


As they share their legacy as anti-racist, #LGBTQIAplus thought leaders 🏳️‍🌈💕🏳️‍⚧️


>>> The Intersection: Diverse Folx Converse Podcast Episode 4: An Interview with the Co-Founders of Rage2Rainbows,


Transforming Cyberbullying into Agentive Social Change


January 4, 2021, 5:00 PM PT, as a YouTube Premiere, on the Wong Lerner Coaching channel


>>> https://youtu.be/-1B2XzEGz6c

#theintersectionradio #diversefolxconverse #podcastshow #endwhitesupremacy #silenceisviolence #inclusive #futureofwork #smallbiz #womxnsupportingwomxn #womensupportingwomen #womeninbusiness #bipoc #insututionalchange #diversity #dei #trans #nonbinary #genderqueer

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