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  • Choppy water
    Conflict is natural
    Do you think of conflict as an opportunity for growth or is it something you see as undesirable? As a society I believe conflict is frowned upon; viewed negatively. But is it the word that is negative or how the word is charged that causes...
  • Tebey
    The Music Festivals are coming! The Music Festivals are coming! Pt. 9
    This year’s Canadian Rockies International Rodeo and Music Festival (CRIR)is doing everything it can to get you to share their view of diversity in Alberta’s rodeo world. From June 26 - 28, Strathmore will have the likes of George...
  • Diversity Explosion
    William Frey at Brooklyn Historical Society on June 17
    Brooklyn Historical Society (BHS) is excited to share an event taking place onWednesday, June 17, 2015 featuring internationally renowned demographer and Brookings Institute Senior Fellow William Frey talking about his latest book,Diversity...
  • Melanie Koss
    Latest liberal crisis: Children's books have too many white faces
    That's not just opinion,Melanie Kossofthe Northern Illinois UniversityDepartment of Literacy and Elementary Education will tell you: It's scientific "fact." Apress release at the university's websitenotes that Koss, who is...
  • Sacramento's climate of humanitarian mindset
    Daily thought: village characteritistics in Sacramento community
    Hillary Clinton said it, as did Pope Francis in 2014 when he had the 300,000 students he was addressing chant in unison the African proverb, "it takes a village to raise a child."While crime seems inevitable at times, village like...
  • colwhtappdy
    Latino-owned restaurant hosts 'White Appreciation Day'
    UPDATE: According to KUSA at 7:35 pm on May 8, 2015, the restaurant owners accused of racism for observing "White Appreciation Day" have seen their eatery "evacuated Friday due to a bomb threat. The Hispanic owner of Rubbin'...
  • One Voice, Many Faces 10: A Walk on the Southwest Side
    One Voice, Many Faces 10: A Walk on the Southwest Side
    Once upon a time, I did a series of articles for The Examiner called “One Voice, Many Faces”. The content of these pieces were a look at different types of Catholic parishes around the Chicagoland area. It's been a while since I&...
  • The President's home at Carr's Hill, at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville
    UVa President Teresa Sullivan responds to the Black Student Alliance's proposal
    The Black Student Alliance at the University of Virginia released a proposal on 17 April entitled “Towards a Better University,” which outlined a number of recommendations for enhancing the experience of diversity for all students, and...
  • GLAAD study finds Hollywood is lagging in equality roles
    GLAAD study finds Hollywood is lagging in equality roles
    Hollywood has come under recent scrutiny when it comes to diversity in films and television. There's a lack of representation in Black, Hispanic and Asian characters. There's also an underrepresentation when it comes to the gay community....
  • Tracee Ellis Ross, star of the ABC sitcom "black-ish", honored at NAB Show in Las Vegas.
    "black-ish" star Tracee Ellis Ross keeps 'em laughing at NAB Show in Las Vegas
    In a city that prides itself on satisfying all your desires, i.e. Las Vegas, the NAB Show (National Association of Broadcasters) can pride itself on satisfying all your broadcasting-related cravings.Going on right now in Las Vegas, last year, this...
  • 'Red: A Crayon's Story' by Michael Hall: Picture book about finding yourself
    'Red: A Crayon's Story' by Michael Hall: Picture book about finding yourself
    "Red: A Crayon's Story" is a picture book with a theme so brilliant, one can only think "Why did no one do this before?" Well, Michael Hall finally wrote this simple but clever (yes, brilliant) picture book about what it...
  • Weed Out Hate: Sow The Seeds of Peace
    Green thumbs aren't required to Weed Out Hate
    I'm the worst gardener ever. For years, I've been trying to teach my kids the joy of growing our own veggies. I usually just end up with a patch of weeds.Now after learning about a new and amazing idea of using simple gardening concepts to...
  • Diverse organization
    Promoting diversity and inclusion in your organization
    As organizations and hiring managers seek to respond to shifting workforce demographics and ever-increasing globalization, recruiting and retaining diverse talent becomes a priority. There are many benefits to an inclusive organization, as...
  • Harlem’s Fashion Row Conversation Series: Editorial Diversity Sponsored by PANDORA Jewelry
    HFR Conversation Series Moderated by Brandice Henderson Daniel
    Harlem’s Fashion Row (HFR) is an influential arts and entertainment organization that engagesaudiences and aligns brand partners with emerging multicultural designers. HFR’s mission is todiscover and showcase rising talent of color...
  • Educating kids on diversity, prejudice, and acceptance
    Educating kids on diversity, prejudice, and acceptance
    Dear LA Teacher,We see so much bullying in our schools rooted in prejudice and ignorance. What can be done to educate our children about diversity, prejudice, and acceptance?Concerned MomDear Concerned Mom,Our children begin their education on...
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