I was interviewed this morning by Portia Clark, CBC Information Morning, along with Shakira Weatherdon regarding the unfortunate and hurtful comments made by Elizabeth Smith-McCrosssin, MLA me about Jamaicans in the House of Assembly two weeks ago.
Helping people understand their own biases
Nova Scotia Conservatives may be about to get some sensitivity training after the MLA for Cumberland made some head-turning comments earlier this month. The party's interim leader has suggested all the party's MLAs may get cultural sensitivity training. Shakira Weatherdon is an equity and inclusion consultant at the NSCC. Ann Divine is the CEO of Ashanti Leadership and Development Services.
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