On the Ways Female CDOs Are Set up to Fail

January 29, 2020

The Lens on why many female CDOs of color end up getting fired or pushed out of organizations, why Amtrak attempted to charge two wheelchair users $25,000 to ride the train, and what's preventing the NFL's Rooney...

On Office Housework, Renaming Schools, and More

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.

On Mental Health at Work, and More

October 16, 2019

The Lens on how companies can reduce mental health stigma, why you should talk to kids about social identity, and why misrepresenting Native people is harmful.

On Rethinking Misogyny in the Age of #MeToo, and More

October 9, 2019

In The Lens this week, we discuss Kate Manne's idea to center misogyny on women's experiences instead of men's feelings, how schools remain segregated today, and the harm of feeling forced to "fit in" as an autistic...

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.

Supreme Court Takes On LGBTQ+ Anti-Discrimination Laws, and More

April 24, 2019

This week, DiversityEdu casts The Lens on the Supreme Court's upcoming court cases, how TSA body scanners could be inherently biased, and how business leaders and job candidates with autism can work together.

The Disney Version of History, and More

April 17, 2019

Whether you're a teacher, a test developer, or even a restaurateur, your knowledge of the history of race in the US can impact your work.

What It’s Like to Be the One POC in the Room, and More

February 20, 2019

What is it like to be the one POC in the workplace? Is Japan appropriating lowrider culture? What does inclusive sustainability look like?

ICE, To Kill a Mockingbird, Nathan Phillips

January 23, 2019

Joining over 250 cases of wrongful detainment by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) over the past six years, a recent case involving a U.S. citizen of Latinx ethnicity brings the underlying currents of racism in immigration enforcement...

Disabilities and Absenteeism, #WontBeErased, Native American Invisibility

October 24, 2018

A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of more than 26,000 students ages 5 to 17 found that those with at least one developmental disability were twice as likely to be chronically absent...