Dec 25, 2019
Sara and Misasha bring you a special holiday episode involving
how to talk about race and politics over the holidays.
When we gather as families, we tend to avoid spending our time
talking about hot-button issues, especially around the
Nobody wants a heated argument, but we may be missing out on
opportunities to share opinions and get people talking about topics
that are not ordinarily shared by those with the same
- Addressing different beliefs begins with us talking to our
families, educating them and showing them kindness and compassion
in the process.
- Having uncomfortable conversations with respect can lead to
better communication and understanding.
- Misasha shares some tips from an article written by Jordan Uhl
to help your family members better understand your co-workers,
classmates, neighbors and friends of color.
- Misasha and Sara share statistics on race as it regards
neighborhoods and friendships.
- Sara shares suggestions on how to make people feel like they
- Starting conversations regarding these hard issues can seem
daunting but gives us the opportunity for a host of other
meaningful interactions about prejudices and inequality.
- Remember to support queer and transgender folks this holiday
season, especially those who may not have the support of their
- Misasha shares the one question that can address the elephant
in the room without expressly doing so.
- Misasha provides journalist Ellen McGirt’s ideas on how to
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