How does your company support its Black Mariners?

Conversations around allyship and the experiences Black people face have come to the forefront over the past year or so, but more must be done. It is important that Black mariners are elevated and heard. We call on the maritime industry to do more to listen, support, and highlight Black mariners. A place to start is at OBMG.org where our friends at the  Organization of Black Maritime Graduates have several initiatives wrapped up in 27 years of impact.

Today on the podcast, hear from two black mariners, Raina Barnes and Joshua Quaye. Raina and Josh have years of experience working at sea. They share these experiences and talk about what it’s like to be Black offshore and offer changes for the industry.

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Women Offshore is an online organization and resource center for a diverse workforce on the water. Its mission is to shine a light on women in operations, provide resources to foster long-term careers, and share the latest efforts on gender diversity and inclusion in the offshore and maritime industries. Contact Women Offshore today: hello@womenoffshore.org

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