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Intern Reading Group: What if Instead of Calling People Out, We Called Them In?

"Calling in is like calling out, but done privately and with respect. “It’s a call out done with love,” she said. That may mean simply sending someone a private message, or even ringing them on the telephone (!) to discuss the matter, or simply taking a breath before commenting, screen-shotting or demanding one “do better” without explaining how." Prof. Loretta J. Ross

The Intern Reading Group will meet to discuss "What if Instead of Calling People Out, We Called Them In?" by Jessica Bennett, 11.19.2020, New York Times.

A boxed lunch will be provided, but please bring your own beverage (and a mask for once you are done with your meal).

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