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Tania Richard 56m
Inclusive language, comfort with the unknown and resistance to change BONUS Also on iTunes
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Jorgia Newbury Jun 13
A small win for goes a long way, thanks for getting on board ☺️
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Sara Wigginton Feb 28
Working on breaking my bad habit of referring to groups of people I’m giving talks to as “you guys.” I’m a big fan of “folks”, “y’all”, “you fine people” and today I tried out “friends and neighbors.” It’s my new favorite.
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neenerz Feb 19
Student affairs/involvement really got me catching EVERY SINGLE TIME someone says “you guys”...
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Kyle Keenan 6 Nov 17
"When students feel included in the classroom, they want to be there." -- Luke Mason
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ProfeLMadrid Sep 10
World Café in Spanish 6 AP Lit. & Culture class. Let's go to talk about Spanish inclusive language and its implementation in Latinx/Hispanic communities.
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Jan Lehnardt 13 Sep 16
PSA: “crazy”, “nutty”, “mental”, etc. Are ableist terms. Please avoid using them, especially in conference tasks.
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AB Ministry of CSS 21 Mar 16
People "have" Down syndrome, they do not "suffer from" it and are not "afflicted by" it.
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Jo Mercer 29 Jun 17
Talking at and measuring the impact of diversity initiatives
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Family Planning May 7
What do you call a group of people, when they aren't actually all "GUYS"? What are some of the ways you use gender inclusive language in your daily interactions?
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LCamp Memes 20 May 17
When your facilitators keep using “Y’all”
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Sarah Grey May 22
Philadelphia just voted overwhelmingly to use gender-neutral language in the city charter. "Councilmember" is official!
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Kara Amin 5 Mar 14
National Spread the Word to End the Word day💛 Let's stick up for those who are unable to stick up for themselves
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Sarah Ziegler Sep 29
"'Not sexist' is not good enough. Language should empower." Begoña Martínez about language, discrimination and intersectionality
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Feli 🦀 17 Apr 18
hey twitter, any recommendations about "inclusive language" talks, workshops, articles, ... ? 🙂 Thank you 🙏🏼
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Sarah Janes Jun 13
I think we need to ditch terms like “male field of work”. It’s a ‘male-dominated field’ — not a male-centric career.
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Heather E. Saunders Feb 20
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K. M. Adams 2 Jun 16
You all are first years, not freshmen
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hector minto 19 Jan 18
Even though I live and breathe disability inclusion, I can sometimes write something which implies bias. Luckily, grammar checking AI in Office365 Word gives me a gentle alternative recommendation.
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EqualiseHer Aug 16
should be introduced within the first 10 in a -up. Did you know respond to the that you use?
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