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Stacy-Marie, Fix Our Lives

Nothing but respect for OUR president.

Posted on November 15, 2017, at 1:59 p.m. ET

This week on the Another Round podcast, THE Stacy-Marie Ishmael is back by popular demand!

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If you aren't familiar, Stacy-Marie is our favorite boss and visits us to give life-changing advice in Stacy's Career Corner.

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Don't you want to learn how to be as cool and smart as Stacy-Marie is? I mean, look at her observing the world.*

*it is hers. The whole world belongs to her.

In this edition of Stacy's Career Corner, we discuss what to do when you're labeled a "feminazi" at work, dealing with white male bosses, and more!

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"Believe people even when you dislike them." — Stacy-Marie Ishmael on one way we can make safer workplaces

We also discussed dealing with sexual harassment in the workplace and the #MeToo campaign.

Meet the black woman who started the “Me Too” campaign against sexual assault a decade ago

Tracy had some really good words for anyone who's wondering about their place in this whole thing:

"If you have a similar story and you didn't feel that you could share yours or you didn't want to share yours for whatever reason, I just wanted to remind you that that's okay.

Your story is yours, you can share it when you want to, you can keep it to yourself forever, it's doesn't make you more or less of anything at all."

Listen here:

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A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.