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Inclusion as Resistance

The current government, Destiny's Church, and many other transphobic groups are doing their best to make public spaces as unsafe as possible for us. In this climate of hostility, it's easy to feel powerless. However, as a business owner or people leader, you hold a unique position of influence.


You might be thinking:

"I just work at -insert your workplace here- , I don’t see how I can change any of that."


But you have the ability and the privilege to shape your workplace culture into one of inclusion and acceptance for everyone. This isn't just about compliance with anti-discrimination laws—it's about creating an environment where everyone can thrive.


Imagine how good it would feel to be able to look at the state of the world and say:

“It looks nasty out there, but in here, under the care of this organization, you can be you, and you are safe.”


No matter what laws the government enacts or what hatred is spreading through society, your workplace policies and inclusion strategies will shape your workplace culture.

Learning how to live in caring and inclusive culture makes it hard to accept anything less elsewhere, so when the culture at work is good, employees take that culture home with them.


This ripple effect means you and your staff become part of a larger movement of acceptance, care, and support for each other.


It starts in your workplace and your policies.


By fostering an environment of inclusivity and safety, you're not just protecting your employees — you’re protecting all of us.


This is how we move mountains.


-Ben

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