CHANGE CADET Do The Work T-Shirt




Dr. Akilah Cadet is the founder of Change Cadet, a diversity and anti-racism consulting firm assuring BIPOC, women, people of color, and underrepresented communities shine in the workplace. With the current injustices towards Black people in America, Dr .Cadet wants to you to, “Do The Work,” of becoming anti-racist. Being anti-racist is not something you do, it is who you become. It is how you chose to live moving forward. This is the time to do the work of continually learning and unlearning how to be an ally in hopes to become an accomplice (aware of privilege and bias). This work is a triathlon not a sprint.  It will be uncomfortable but, with patience and practice those uncomfortable moments will become familiar and eventually be a place of comfort; a sign of progress. You are living life right when you work through the discomfort or fear. Trust that growth and happiness are on the other side. Together we can dismantle systems of oppression and create true, lasting change.


All proceeds support the public and social media anti-racism education provided by Dr. Akilah Cadet


Size Guide

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Chest Width 16in 18in 20in 22in 24in 26in
Body Length from HPS 27in 28in 20in 30in 31in 32in



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Discover the Power and Privilege Workshop with Dr. Akilah Cadet

Something is different this time. The conversation about what it means to confront privilege has moved from something we “should do” to something we “must do.” It is time for true change and luckily change is in the title of our firm. White privilege is a thing, but not the only thing. We all have power and privilege. This topic examines the many forms of power and privilege like role in the workplace, ethnicity, social economic status, education level, and more. Tips will be shared on how to use power and privilege for individuals, to support others, and cultivating allyship towards a path of becoming an accomplice. This interactive workshop via Zoom will include partner work and group discussions. Suggested for those new to diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging, pivoting culture due to racial injustices, refreshing diversity efforts, allies, and employee resource groups.

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