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Every week, Courtney Cox Wakefield sits down with visionaries who boldly cultivate inclusion in their communities. From leaders in business, faith, and education, their stories will guide you through the practice of inclusion in your own life.

Every week, Courtney Cox Wakefield sits down with visionaries who boldly cultivate inclusion in their communities. From leaders in business, faith, and education, their stories will guide you through the practice of inclusion in your own life.
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United States

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Every week, Courtney Cox Wakefield sits down with visionaries who boldly cultivate inclusion in their communities. From leaders in business, faith, and education, their stories will guide you through the practice of inclusion in your own life.

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@forfolxsake

Language:

English

Contact:

4698441034


Episodes

3. How to use your power and privilege to make space for the marginalized

10/15/2019
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Chanise Condren is the co-owner of Electric Kitchen, a vegan food prep and pop-up. She is also a comedian and host of the Get Intuit podcast. Together with her partner, she runs multiple businesses, rescues animals, and serves as chosen family to many people in the Dallas community. On this episode, we discussed how marginalized people with intersectional privilege can leverage their power to make space for other folx that are traditionally left out. Connect with...

Duration:00:45:25

2. A lawyer explains how non-binary people are in legal limbo

10/8/2019
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Ruth Carter, esq. is a non-binary lawyer, author and speaker specializing in business, intellectual property, social media and internet law, and interestingly, flash mob law. They are a columnist for Attorney at Work and a contributor for Law Technology News. have also authored three books. Ruth recently went through the process of changing their gender marker on their birth certificate and shares the accompanying challenges in this episode. Episode Links: Intersex & Genderqueer...

Duration:00:35:08

1. Are you turning your audience off with non-inclusive language?

10/1/2019
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For our first episode, I sat down with content expert Emily Triplett Lentz of HelpScout to discuss how non-inclusive language can alienate our audience. During the episode, she shares some examples of non-inclusive language that hide in our every day speech and gives us practical tips to make our content inclusive. Episode Links: Inclusive Style Guide HelpScout for Good Connect with Emily: Twitter LinkedIn Support the show

Duration:00:44:58

Introducing the For Folx Sake Podcast

8/25/2019
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We're pumped to introduce our new podcast, For Folx Sake. Our host Courtney Cox Wakefield lives in Dallas, TX with her wife Hollis, their kid, dog, and five cats. (Yeah, I know, lesbians with 5 cats. Shocker.) From being outed in their faith community as a teenager to being physically assaulted walking into a women's restroom, Courtney has had some pretty awful experiences of marginalization. But she's also experienced the joy and belonging of communities that have celebrated their...

Duration:00:01:57