Keeping the Words Out of Mind and Workplace

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Recently, some famous and other not-so-famous people experienced what is called canceling after using charged derogatory words. These are negative terms to describe Asians, Blacks, LGBT, Latinos, Native Americans and more.

People spoke on hot mics or in other situations using terms that led to being immediately dropped by their employers, teams, companies and other social and economic…

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writer, broadcaster, priest, veteran. https://authory.com/rjcarr02134

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