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“People don’t realize they are being carried. We’re all playing this game called racism, and some people are being carried, and we have to pay the cost for that.”

– Xavier Ramey

Xavier Ramey is a speaker, consultant, award-winning social strategist, and the CEO of Justice Informed. Today’s conversation invites us to explore the ways we run from being pressed and run from accountability in regard to racial injustice. Xavier shares his experience of growing up in Chicago, and the passion behind his social justice brand and business. We also talk about policy violence, protesting as a call for a deeper relationship, DEI audits as heart work, and reframing language. You don’t want to miss this thought-provoking, heart-centered conversation!

In this episode of The SimplyBe. Podcast:

  • How we run from being pressed & run from accountability

  • Xavier’s experience growing up & the evolution of his social justice brand and business

  • Conversations on race are only difficult due to lack of practice

  • How protesting is a call for a deeper relationship

  • DEI audits and testing the culture of your business is heart work

  • Acts of violence through policies around housing, health, and education

  • What Simply Be means to Xavier

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This show is produced by Soulfire Productions


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