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Subtle Acts of Exclusion: How to Understand, Identify, and Stop Microaggressions

Tiffany Jana, Michael Baran

The authors provide a rather comprehensive understanding of microaggressions, explaining their intentional and unintentional nature, and offering examples in various settings. It helps identify and prevent microaggressions, making it valuable for organizations. The writing style is accessible.

However, an HBR article suggests retiring the term "Microaggression," providing an interesting twist. The book emphasizes the negative impact of microaggressions on individuals' physical and mental health. It also offers strategies for identifying and addressing microaggressions in different contexts, explores intersectionality, and covers leadership's role in driving change and creating inclusive environments. The authors empower readers to educate themselves and others, fostering action against microaggressions.


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