On Diversity in the Workplace, Sharing Pronouns, and More

September 18, 2019

The Lens on four overlooked areas of diversity in the workplace, how you can normalize the sharing of pronouns, and the limitations of techwear.

On LA’s Queer Culinary School, Being Human, and More

September 11, 2019

This week, the Lens takes a closer look at LA's culinary school for homeless LGBTQ+ youth and seniors, what's being called "the most accessible museum space in Britain," and what the names of stars in the sky...

Cultural Humility, Not Cultural Competence, and More

September 4, 2019

In The Lens this week, learn why you should focus on cultural humility over cultural competence, why some brands on Instagram are getting pushback, and how Rotten Tomatoes is pushing for increased diversity.

Intent vs. Impact in the Inclusive Workplace

September 3, 2019

In the latest post from DiversityEdu's Employment Lifecycle series, we explain what the difference is between intent vs. impact, and why it matters in an inclusive workplace.

How Racism Affects Children’s Health, and More

August 28, 2019

The Lens on how children's health suffers amidst racism, the experiences of LGBTQ teens today, and how Facebook moderators show bias against activists of color.

How College Rankings Fuel Inequality, and More

August 21, 2019

The Lens on the criticism college rankings are facing, how to fight imposter syndrome, and how to counter bias against non-native English speakers.

Gender-Neutral Pronouns, Personalized Learning, and More

August 14, 2019

The Lens on how gender-neutral pronouns could reduce sexism, what personalized learning is and why it's controversial, and all about the international HBCU Night tour.

Domestic Terrorism, Menstrual Advocacy, and More

August 7, 2019

The Lens on how stereotypes fuel domestic terrorism and other hate-based violence, how menstrual advocacy can effect change, and how to break down the barriers to diversity in tech.

Interviewing with Diversity Competence

August 6, 2019

When interviewing candidates from underrepresented or unfamiliar backgrounds, it's crucial to search for similarities, elicit more details, and ask for work samples.

Queer Eye’s “Disabled But Not Really” Episode, and More

July 31, 2019

The Lens on why one writer is pushing back on critiques of a "Queer Eye" episode, how to be more inclusive of age diversity in the workplace, and how schools can build a sense of belongingness for...