Privilege is all around you. Everywhere you go, everything you say, every decision you make is a reflection of the privilege that you have. And more often than not, privilege is seen as a bad thing or something to feel guilty about, but it in fact can be a powerful tool to create massive impact & change if used right.
Welcome to the Guilty Privilege podcast. Hosted by Amber Cabral, an award-winning Inclusion Strategist, certified coach, speaker, author, and former Diversity Strategist at Walmart Stores, Inc., this podcast is a space for you to learn all about your privilege and use it to make an impact. In these episodes, Amber is joined by thought leaders in the DEI space to share what equity means to them, how they have achieved equity, and what you can do to be a part of the equity movement. Together with Amber and her lineup of trailblazing guests, you will learn to identify & embrace your privilege, and use it to empower those around you, whether it be in your workplace, your communities, or even in your own home.
It’s time for you to stop getting allyship wrong, and start taking responsibility for your privilege. Welcome to Guilty Privilege with Amber Cabral!
Amber has a genuine ability to bring out the authentic aspects of topics that many of us must want to sit down and have a conversation about! Refreshing, compelling and yes, entertaining — can’t wait for each episode to drop and I even feel more equipped to expand on these topics in my own circle!
Just finished the first episode (whispers: via YouTube) and I was NOT ready for the conversation to end. So I came on over to the apple podcast streets to subscribe and listen again on my commute to work. While this is not the work I’m exclusively dedicated to, I want to increase awareness around equity so I can be more intentional in my practice personally and professionally. This conversation is an absolute resource that I have the PRIVILEGE (time) to tap into and I look forward to digging into new episodes every week.
This podcast provides a path to self-awareness in the most refreshing and engaging way. The conversations are so yummy (yes, yummy!) and they make me feel like I’m sitting on the sofa with Amber and her guests.
I took away so much from this episode. The biggest is recognizing our true enemy. Also, equity is about choices. We have them and we can choose how to use our privilege.
Great listen/watch. People really underrate how important emotional intelligence is in business. Hopefully more people will listen and utilize some of the information shared.
WOW! I am always enthralled by the conversations had and topics discussed on this podcast. As someone who rarely feels motivated or inspired, I am so grateful to have found this podcast. I have shared this podcast with so many people in my life as each episode offers a brilliant mind’s insight. This past episode I had to pull over and just allow myself to feel the the feeling of motivation and then gratitude. This show doesn’t present itself as a self help podcast, nor does it attempt to—for lack of a better word— preach to it’s audience. However, every episode I find myself unapologetically happy with myself. I find myself sharing this podcast hoping others feel this feeling. Having access to this podcast is one privilege I absolutely refuse to feel guilty for—and boy what a privilege it is!
Wow! I couldn’t get enough of this. Wished it were longer. The conversation is real, authentic and can absolutely be life changing if you soak the info in. Just finished listening to the episode with Tieko Nejon on emotional intelligence and Amber asked the best questions. Tieko answered so thoughtfully and broke it allll the way down for us. Kudos to both of you. I am sharing this podcast with so many people.