Bridging Divides: Michele Lamont's Vision for a More Inclusive Society | Ep. 060

Bridging Divides: Michele Lamont's Vision for a More Inclusive Society | Ep. 060

In this thought-provoking episode of The MindHack Podcast, we're joined by renowned Harvard sociologist and author Michèle Lamont to explore her groundbreaking work on social inclusion, recognition, and dignity. Michèle shares insights from her latest book, "Seeing Others: How Recognition Works and How It Can Heal a Divided World," delving into the power of narratives, the role of Generation Z in societal change, and the importance of creating a more inclusive and equitable society. Join us as we discuss practical strategies for bridging societal divides and fostering a sense of worth and dignity for all.

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Seeing Others: How Recognition Works—and How It Can Heal a Divided World
Other books here

Books and other interesting mentions:
Getting to Diversity: What Works and What Doesn’t by Frank Dobbin & Alexandra Kalev
Men and Women of the Corporation: New Edition by Rosabeth Kanter
Roma Film
Ford Foundation
Alliance of Domestic Workers
Hollywood Creatives
Transparent TV Series by Joey Soloway
Mad Men TV Series by Matthew Weiner