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“I am on a mission through “Blow The Whistle Law” to simply educate,” says Chiquita Hall-Jackson

podcast March 11, 2024


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Episode 79:

Guest Name: Chiquita Hall-Jackson

Guest Business:  Blow the Whistle Law and Hall-Jackson and Associates, P.C.

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In this episode of Black Businesses Matter, I speak with Chiquita Hall-Jackson, an award-winning licensed attorney and adjunct law professor, the visionary behind the Blow The Whistle Law social justice movement and the founder of Top Employment Law Firm Hall-Jackson & Associates P.C.  Chiquita details her upbringing revealing that her love for law and value for justice was instilled in her at an early age. She began gaining experience in the law field throughout high school with the help of her various mentors and transitioning from undergrad to Southern University Law Center in Baton Rouge. 

Chiquita delves into her groundbreaking achievement as the first Black president of the National Employment Lawyers Association(NELA), shedding light on the hurdles she faced as a Black woman navigating through a predominantly white-dominated space. She candidly shares the concept of 'Pet to Threat,' elucidated in her book "We Gon' Be Alright," which encapsulates the subtle yet pervasive microaggressions she encountered, even from those who supported her ascent. Through her advocacy and the mission of Blow the Whistle Law, Chiquita aims to empower individuals to confront and address workplace injustices, striving towards a more equitable and inclusive environment.

If you want to learn more about employment law and your rights as an employee this this is the episode for you! 

IN THIS EPISODE, I TALK ABOUT…

  1. What was Chiquita like as a child?
  2. Did Chiquita experience any micro-aggressions as the President of the NELA? 
  3. The Term ‘Pet to Threat’ 
  4. How to protect employees after her services are provided? 
  5. What brings Chiquita joy?
  6. Why do black businesses matter?

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To connect with Blow the Whistle Law

Visit the website: https://chiquitahall-jackson.com/

Follow them on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blowthewhistlelaw/

Connect with them on Facebook:  https://m.facebook.com/pages/category/labor-employment-law/110339025208738/

Connect with them on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chiquita-hall-jackson/

Read ‘We Gon Be Alright’: https://blowthewhistlelaw.com/we-gon-be-alright/

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