January 15, 2020
The Lens on how to address Islamophobia in schools by promoting religious diversity, how to boost campus diversity by dropping legacy preference from admissions policies, and how to make bathrooms more inclusive.
January 7, 2020
When providing performance reviews to employees from underrepresented backgrounds, how do you ensure you’re reviewing everyone fairly, especially when unfamiliarity could invite an extra layer of bias into the process?
January 2, 2020
We’ve made some exciting strides with regard to diversity and inclusion over the last decade. Here are five ways we can continue making our schools and organizations more inclusive in 2020 and beyond.
December 18, 2019
The Lens on the ways workplaces can expand their understanding of diversity, how stigma contributes to unemployment among people with mental illness, and how one "law school preview" aims to temper barriers to higher education.
December 4, 2019
The Lens on how to care for your mental health during the holidays, what new research says about working as a college student, and what New York City is doing about algorithm bias.
December 3, 2019
In the latest post from DiversityEdu, learn how to prevent marginalized employees from leaving your organization via a diversity-competent mentoring program.
November 20, 2019
In The Lens this week, learn why employees under 35 are more likely to report workplace discrimination, how one middle school is integrating special ed and gen ed, and what experts are saying about the increasing prevalence...
November 6, 2019
The Lens on how bosses can interrupt bias in the moment, how those with privilege can use it to make organization-wide changes, and the role of biased medical software in racial health disparities.
November 5, 2019
Are your employees from marginalized groups aware of the unwritten rules for success in your workplace? Find out why it's important to share those rules openly, and how inclusive mentoring can help.
October 30, 2019
The Lens on the expectation for women to do office housework, the environmental microaggression of naming schools after racist leaders in history, and a new study's breakdown of elected prosecutors by race and gender.