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.
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.
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...
July 24, 2019
The Lens on how we can get women astronauts on the moon, Samin Nosrat being a woman of color in the food industry, and how a new type of performance review helps you invest in your organization's...
July 17, 2019
The Lens on ProPublica's exposé of U.S. immigration agents' behavior on Facebook, new research on biracial stereotypes, and how one organization is providing an innovative solution to housing for adults with disabilities.
July 10, 2019
In the Lens this week, read about the legal fight to protect LGBTQ workers from employment discrimination, how P&G's new film confronts unconscious bias, and how the CROWN Act fights back against what it means to "look...
June 26, 2019
This week, the Lens zooms in how AI can be used to reduce bias in hiring, what clean energy's challenge is when it comes to gender diversity, and what "Daria" fans can expect from Tracee Ellis Ross'...
June 19, 2019
The Lens on one organization's fight to keep serving Native American students in Seattle, what Ali Stroker's historic Tony Award win can teach us about people with disabilities, and what the neurodiversity movement is all about.
June 12, 2019
The Lens on the link between invisible labor and tenure outcomes, how one woman is decolonizing data in Native communities, and why some people are skeptical about New York's monuments for Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera.
June 5, 2019
How can employers extend LGBTQ+ inclusion past a Pride parade? Plus an in-depth look at the radical origins of Sesame Street and the trauma of restraining and secluding children with disabilities.