Address microaggression


  1. ** Address microaggressions assertively.**
    If you experience a microaggression, try asking questions to gain a better understanding of the situation and the person's behavior. Then, propose more appropriate behavior to correct that person.
  2. ** Redirect the conversation.**
    Assertively say, “This seems like a conversation that should be had at another time,” or “I don’t feel comfortable helping with this. Can we talk about something else?”


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