Decolonizing Time [...]

Giving people equal time is not necessarily equitable. Non-native speakers and very reflective people may need more time to convey a particular point. Stories that are not familiar and go against dominant discourses need more room/time/care to be understood well. And on top of all of that, if you think of privileging voices by letting them speak aloud in a conversation vs type in chat… some people much prefer to type then speak up. So what constitutes empowering someone’s voice is not a constant and not the same thing among all participants. (Source)

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