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Many people are asking, “What can I do?” when it comes to racial equity in the US. One thing we can do is continue to educate ourselves. However, awareness isn’t enough. Knowledge without action is complicity. We must act to influence meaningful, systemic change. 

Here are some tips to help you take action:

  • Share these resources, or others you find useful with your network. Then, talk about it!
  • Be an upstander (the opposite of a bystander). Speak up when you notice injustice.
  • Vote for policymakers who will champion reform.
  • Examine policies, procedures, and norms within your workplace or community. Identify areas where you can influence positive change and start taking immediate steps.
  • This work isn't easy, but it is imperative. Hire professionals to help your organization realize meaningful change.

My goal is to provide tools and resources that inspire awareness and initiate action. So, would you answer a question for me, please?

When it comes to increasing awareness and moving people to action,

Respond and let me know which topics you need the most help understanding, discussing, and teaching. I’ll reply back with an immediate response, but will then add the most prevalent questions to my list of illustrated videos to design.

At Engineer Inclusion, we help people intentionally and systematically engineer equity and inclusion into their organizations: driving positive outcomes and effectively supporting employees and the community. Please let us know how we can help your organization during these challenging times. 

Share in the comments your steps towards increasing awareness and taking action, as well as the most common questions you hear.

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Meagan Pollock, PhD

Dr. Meagan Pollock envisions a world where personal and social circumstances are not obstacles to achieving potential, and where kindness, inclusivity, and conservation prevail.

An international speaker, teacher, engineer, and equity leader, her mission is to provide services, tools, and resources that inspire awareness and initiate action.

As an engineer turned educator, Meagan Pollock is focused on engineering equity into education and the workforce.

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