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Radical Self-Acceptance: Imposter Syndrome Through an Intersectional Lens

Event Type
Professional Development
Sponsor
AAUW
Virtual
Date
Oct 27, 2020   4:00 pm  
Cost
Free
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Radical Self-Acceptance: Impostor Syndrome Through an Intersectional Lens
 
Impostor Syndrome is a form of self-doubt that manifests when objectively successful people believe their success is attributed to luck. It impacts millions of people of all backgrounds and career stages, but the compounding effects of racism and sexism creates a unique hurdle for women of color in the work place that is often left out of the conversation. Lincoln Hill, PhD will be joining us to discuss the impostor phenomenon through an intersectional lens, unpacking why women of color are often rendered invisible in these conversations and how we can all practice radical self-acceptance to stop minimizing our achievements.
 
 
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