This is a continuation of the top diversity education articles from your Detroit diversity examiner during 2013.
Detroit’s population has been becoming increasingly less white for more than 30 years. All ethnicities in the census grew by percentage but only one has grown in total numbers and percentage during the last decade: Hispanics.More than...Continue
There was a day not too long ago that when driving through down the roadways of suburban Detroit one would pass countless Christian churches. Today that has changed radically as mosques, temples and synagogues have joined the land of churches...Continue
Columbus Day marks the annual remembrance of Christopher Columbus’ voyage to open east-west trade routes. Governmental offices at the federal, state and local levels will be closed but Michigan’s business community typically ignores the holiday...Continue
In Michigan any company that wishes to sell to the state must have a Certificate of Awardability. It simply means that your company has been deemed to meet the civil rights laws of the state. Important in the award is...Continue
Additional Diversity Resources
- Culture Bridges are a look at the contents of the character within each of us. Information is contained on more than 20 different categories of culture.
- Cultural Faux Pas is an interesting quiz about marketing mistakes made by others.
- Culture Quizzes allow you to test your cultural IQ with fun and informative quizzes.
- Max Impact offers free employee training materials
Diversity by the numbers
- “Three Cups of Tea”: One Man's Mission to Promote Peace... One School at a Time
- “35 Dumb Things Well-Intended People Say”: Surprising Things We Say That Widen the Diversity Gap.
- “50 Activities” for Promoting Communication and Understanding at Work: The Diversity Training Activity Book
- “Life’s Leadership Lessons”: 53 anecdotal leadership lessons mostly from people in the Detroit area. Paperback or Kindle e-book.