This is a brief VO for a corporate organization that needed a training demo.
English (North American)
Middle Aged (35-54)
US General American (GenAm)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
take two. I am too. I told my mom what happened, she said that she was stared at and made fun of at work when she wore an afro hairstyle in the 70s. She almost lost her job for some people of color, especially women. It's still so difficult for some to understand our hair. One of my friends just had hers braided when she was called for a job interview with a big corporation. She told me that she took all of her braids out the next day just so she could be prepared for the interview and not be judged. It's so frustrating. Most people haven't even men who wear beards because shaving severely irritates their skin have been rejected for jobs too. But I'm hurt because I thought liam was my friend. I don't wish him any harm. I just wish people would be more understanding of other people's cultures and respect our differences. Hi Trevor. Hey, liam liam I thought we were friends. So I don't understand why you're making such awful posts about me on tweet book. That's not true. I didn't report you. I wish that you would have talked to me first. You may not like it, but everyone has the right to choose how they wear their hair as long as my hair doesn't interfere with my work performance. There shouldn't be any issues. I respect you and all of the helpful advice that you've given to me since I started working here. But I was actually hurt by your comments liam. You shouldn't need a policy to tell you how to treat your friends. No problem, cheers.