Cancel Culture Is Not Going to Cancel Culture

The first thing to make clear is that we don’t have a cancel culture. Culture is, in its simplest form, collective regard and social norms. Today, there is not enough collective support or care for cancelling acting careers or concerts because of the thoughts and behaviors of celebrities. There just isn’t. The average person does not spend enough emotional or intellectual energy keeping up with or responding to…

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Certified Master Facilitator / Certified Diversity Executive / Award-winning leader in empowerment and equality.

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