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Hot Chocolate with Phavie, Episode 05: Applying for jobs as a black person: photo or no? Also, how to be a better friend to black folx.

Hot Chocolate with Phavie, Episode 05: Applying for jobs as a black person: photo or no? Also, how to be a better friend to black folx.

Update: 2020-08-11
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THE FINALE: Episode 05 of HOT CHOCOLATE WITH PHAVIE! 🌞 In this episode, Phavie shares her experiences in applying for jobs, particularly a certain experience here in New Zealand. Has removing her photo and neighborhood from her resume made a difference in getting responses from potential employers? Also, she opens up about a scarring racist experience hitchhiking. This one busted my mind. I’m at a loss for words, knowing that one of my closest friends, one of the best people I’ve ever met, has been treated so disrespectfully. By a CHILD. // To end the episode, Phavie gives us some advice for how non-black people can be better friends to black folx: LISTEN. // ABOUT THE SERIES: From February–June 2020, I lived with Phavie, a fellow traveler here in New Zealand. She’s become one of my closest friends and before her journey back home, I wanted to have a conversation with her about her experiences with racism as a Congolese-French person. // 🍁 Support The Videmus Podcast on Patreon and get juicy dark secrets: patreon.com/videmusart // ☕️ Find us everywhere @videmusart // 💀 Into dark humor? You weirdo, I love you. Join Morbid Coffee Monday at videmusart.com. 👹 Till next time!
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Hot Chocolate with Phavie, Episode 05: Applying for jobs as a black person: photo or no? Also, how to be a better friend to black folx.

Hot Chocolate with Phavie, Episode 05: Applying for jobs as a black person: photo or no? Also, how to be a better friend to black folx.

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