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GQ Interview
October 9, 2015
Race and Power

GQ Interview

Meet Brian Lowery, the psychology researcher whose recent study found that white folks are more likely to bring up personal hardships when presented with the concept of privilege.

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Brian Lowery

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Brian Lowery is a Professor of Organizational Behavior and a social psychologist by training. He received his doctorate from UCLA in 2001 with a minor in statistical methods.

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Working for What?: Reimagining the Meaning of Work
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Reimagining Work

Working for What?: Reimagining the Meaning of Work

Climate change, a pandemic, inequality, all demand that we examine the economic systems and structures we are operating within. In this time of unprecedented change, how might we reimagine work?

Featuring:
Darren Walker
Interconnected: Work in the Global Economy
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Reimagining Work

Interconnected: Work in the Global Economy

Given the ever-more connected world we live in, how should we reimagine the economy?

Featuring:
Condoleezza Rice
Broken Paths to Economic Mobility
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Reimagining Work

Broken Paths to Economic Mobility

As the wealth divide continues to deepen and class and race inequities are exposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the American dream of upward mobility has been called into question.

Featuring:
Christina Sass
Laura Maristany
Who's Responsible?: Government, Business and Philanthropy
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Reimagining Work

Who's Responsible?: Government, Business and Philanthropy

While the form of this debate has changed with the times, the underlying question remains the same: who is responsible?

Featuring:
Aisha Nyandoro
William Spriggs
Rethinking Gigs, Redefining Careers
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Reimagining Work

Rethinking Gigs, Redefining Careers

How did the gig economy adapt through the pandemic? Might it provide a model to reimagine work post COVID?

Featuring:
Melissa Valentine
Samuel Bright
Worker Power
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Reimagining Work

Worker Power

What does the future of worker protections look like? How can we protect dignity and fairness in work?

Featuring:
Roy Bahat
Mary Kay Henry
Firing the Office, Freeing the Workers
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Reimagining Work

Firing the Office, Freeing the Workers

How many more ways are workers held captive by work? Who will see the benefits of this new flexibility? Is the office done for good?

Featuring:
Karen Arnold
Anu Partanen
Citizens & Workers: Education in a Capitalist Democracy
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Reimagining Work

Citizens & Workers: Education in a Capitalist Democracy

In a republic and capitalist economy that depends on an educated citizenry, how should we reimagine education at this critical time?

Featuring:
Rachel Carlson
David Osborne
Work Environment: Who Makes All The Decisions?
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Reimagining Work

Work Environment: Who Makes All The Decisions?

As we continue to adapt to COVID, who will own the decision power to reimagine work?

Featuring:
Laura Carstensen
Jennifer Liu
Manu Meel
Flexible for Whom?: Work Equity Post-COVID
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Reimagining Work

Flexible for Whom?: Work Equity Post-COVID

How might we reimagine work with a view to better equity post-COVID? Featuring Brian Lowery and Aquilina Soriano Versoza.

Featuring:
Aquilina Versoza
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