Queer Eye star Karamo Brown is cleaning up Australia’s problematic workplaces.
The progressive media personality has partnered with Aussie-based SafetyCulture’s EdApp learning platform to release a free 7-part training course on critical office issues.
The course focuses on diversity, inclusion and equality, and will explore topics such as ‘detecting and preventing violations’ and ‘confronting our own unconscious biases’.
Queer Eye star Karamo Brown (pictured) is cleaning up Australia’s problematic workplaces with a new training focused on diversity and inclusion in the office
‘There are times when I walk into a room and know they don’t care about my opinion. I was there to have a “black face” or “LGBTQIA+ face” and was only there to act as a number, but not as a value adder,” Karamo said in a preview. of the course.
‘And in those spaces, over time, I’ve learned to have the courage to not only speak up and advocate for myself, but to know that when I’m trying to change the culture, I can also tell that I’m okay with leaving to find somewhere valuable to me. ‘
Karamo also says it’s important that workplaces aren’t just about inclusion and diversity.
‘Every time I see another company’s commitment to diversity, I say, “Okay, good girl for you, but what’s the action?”
‘I want to see solid action…so that when people come into work, they feel seen, heard and respected.’
The course focuses on diversity, inclusion and equality, and will explore topics such as ‘detecting and preventing violations’ and ‘confronting our own unconscious biases’
Karamo’s Training on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is available on the EdApp website.
The Netflix reboot of Queer Eye came out in 2018, more than 15 years after the original debuted on Bravo.
The original version of the series, which also aims to renovate the lives of guests with the help of Fab 5’s expertise, first premiered in 2003 and aired on Bravo for four years.
Unlike its reboot, Queer Eye for the Straight Guy paired the hosts with guests who were ‘straight boys’, while the Lover pairs hosted the show with people of all genders. and belief system that are looking to improve their current life/lifestyle in a positive way.
Karamo is best known for starring in the Netflix series Queer Eye. Pictured with Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Jonathan Van Ness and Bobby Berk
Source: | Dailymail.co.uk