When we talk to people, our life experiences, biases, and education all influence the ways in which we communicate. This includes the language we may speak, terms and word usage, as well as the very cadence and tone of our speech. When speaking to people about their specific life and history, we need to be aware that how we are situated in both mental and physical spaces have meaning.
These texts and websites will help you recognize the often invisible forces at work during an interview and will help you think of ways to approach subject matter without reinforcing oppressive idealogy, systems, and speech.
Before you begin, consider this checklist of both practical and more personal things to do:
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