Culture & Community

Atlanta and the Influence it Spreads Across the World: Welcome to the Peach Party

By Javon Chanel   With nearly 90,000 people making Atlanta their new home between 2016…

Netflix Inclusion In Action Case Study

By Siona Peterous   If you’re a Black or brown person who works in any…

Hanifa: Black-Owned Brand Shaping the Fashion Industry

By: Corinne Dorsey   Hanifa Clothing is a Black-owned brand launched in 2012 that, by…

Five People Innovating in Virtual Learning

By: Corinne Dorsey   Due to COVID-19, virtual learning has extended into another academic year…

The Top 15 Black TikTok Stars/Influencers You Should Know and Why

By: Corinne Dorsey   Black Influencers are dominating almost all social media platforms, especially TikTok.…

8 LGBTQ Women on the Ballot in 2020

By Sarah Prager   According to the LGBTQ Victory Institute, the number of women in…

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If Your Workplace Isn’t Accessible, It Can’t Be Inclusive

By Bianca Gonzalez Is your workplace accessible? While it’s illegal to discriminate on the basis of ability, many workspaces don’t have accessibility measures fully integrated into their systems. An inaccessible workplace can…

The New Face of Corporate Diversity: Bendita Malakia Interview

By Nafeesah Allen   Bendita Cynthia Malakia (she/her) is a rising name in the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) advocacy space, with emphasis on  representation for LGBTQIA+ and racial minorities in the…

Why the Diversity and Inclusion Conversation Must Prioritize Black Womxn

By: Corinne Dorsey   In today’s workplace , companies have been expanding their D&I programs and initiatives to prioritize the experiences of marginalized groups to ensure professional equity  for current and future…

How to Ensure ‘Psychological Safety’ Around Race and Gender in the Workplace

By Shahla Khan   Google, Inc. is this century’s most profitable business organization (their asset is data, which is worth more than gold today), but also the pinnacle of welcoming and transparent…

The Impact of Black Women Who Are TV Leads

By: Corinne Dorsey   Statements of love and stories of nostalgia flooded social media afterNetflix included Black comedic classics like Sister, Sister, Moesha, and Girlfriends to its queue. All of the shows…

Black Millennial Travel Through COVID-19

By Renée Cherez   The Black travel movement has grown to unprecedented numbers over the last decade. The movement, mainly powered by Black American millennials, encourages both domestic and international travel with…