GenY on D&I

GenY on D&I: Stereotype Threat

I recently attended a panel discussion during which diversity and inclusion were hot topics. This focus was likely due to the fact that the audience was composed of mainly young professionals from minority groups who are just starting their careers. ...

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GenY on D&I: Why I Choose to Be An Ally

As we begin this Pride Month, an annual celebration of equal rights, awareness, and support for members of the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Transgender, and Questioning) community, I often reflect on the importance of allies in diversity and inclusion work, particularly ...

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Gen Y on D&I: I Am From …

We are Black History. Throughout the month of February, our writers and some members of our team will share more about themselves in the form of “I am from” statements. We believe our experiences, our culture, our identities and truths ...

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Gen Y on D&I: #WhyIMarched

Last Saturday, I attended the Women’s March in Washington, DC with my mother and close friends.  While it was an extremely positive experience and left me with a sense of hope; I am having trouble writing about it with everything ...

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Gen Y on D&I: Thank You, Dr. King

Many are familiar with Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s most famous speech, “I Have a Dream”, delivered by the empathetic orator on the Lincoln Memorial during August 1963. Often hailed as a hallmark of the Civil Rights Movement, the ...

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