There’s a lot of changing happening in our world. I love that so many Christians care about showing Jesus love to friends, family and even in the workplace. But, how can we make our workplaces safe for everyone – no matter their color or culture?

 On this episode of Better Together FB Live, I’m talking with Karen McNary, Director of Human Resources for Proverbs 31 Ministries. She talks to us about how we can be anti-racist in the workplace in a way that honors God and loves others!

 1. We have to understand the nature of racism in the workplace.

2. Understand the manifestation of racism.

3. Understand the company culture. (Does your staff represent your customer base?)

4. Advocate! Be aware that the experience for a person of color is different than someone from majority culture. Then, get to know the people of color that you work with – ask questions about his or her experience and listen to the answers without interrupting.

About Our Guest Karen McNary…Karen is a native of Kentucky now living in the Charlotte, North Carolina area with her husband and three active sons.  She is passionate about God’s word and has spent time equipping the Church through organizations such as Bible Study Fellowship, International and Brownicity.  In April 2017, she merged her career in human resources and her love of God’s Word when she joined Proverbs 31 Ministries and now serves as the Director of Human Resources.  When she’s not working, teaching, or blogging at karenmcnary.com, you’ll find her uncovering overlooked jewels at the local thrift store.

Better Together host Barb Roose is a popular speaker and author with a passion to help women live beautifully strong and courageous in Jesus’ name. She’s the author of multiple books and Bible studies, including Surrendered: Letting Go and Living Like Jesus and Joshua: Winning the Worry Battle. Visit Barb’s online home at barbroose.com.

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