Shared Sisterhood Framework

   

Definition: the Shared Sisterhood Framework is a diversity management framework that can be used to get rid of any remaining systemic racial and gender inequities in organizations.
The SSF is based on a set of 3 "practices": Dig, Bridge and Collectively Act.
- DIG IN: People should constantly explore their own assumptions, biases, and collective power.
- BRIDGE DIFFERENCES: Use this self-exploration (of dig in) to build bridges with colleagues from different racioethnicities and genders.
- COLLECTIVELY ACT: Use these (individual) bridges to make professional environments more welcoming and inclusive.


   
   

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