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…

The New Face of Corporate Diversity: Bendita Malakia Interview

By Nafeesah Allen   Bendita Cynthia Malakia (she/her) is a rising name in the Diversity,…

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…

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…

But Really, Where Are All the Black People?

Why agencies struggle with recruiting and retaining Black talent   By Joshua McCoy   Many…

Multicultural Marketing: What It Is, Why You Should Do It, and How to do It Well

By Bianca Gonzalez   Inclusivity is more important to consumers now than ever before. 90%…

1920 vs 2020: What Has Changed and What Has Remained and What These Six Women Are Doing About It

By Sarah Kim   This year marks the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which…

Personal Insights: Why Isn’t Disability A Bigger Part of the Diversity and Inclusion Conversation?

By Bianca Gonzalez   People with disabilities are often mentioned as if they’re in a…

The Significance of Intersectional Marketing When Targeting Afro-Latinx Consumers

By: Bianca Gonzalez   You may believe your marketing strategy is inclusive because you’re appealing…

Personal Insights: How To Talk With Your Black Employees About Racial Tensions

This summer has sent people scrambling towards Black employees, and not in a good way. In a piece on Medium titled, My Ex-Bosses Are Scrambling to Not Get Canceled, the writer chronicles how former co-workers and bosses rushed into his texts and DMs to offer apologies for past transgressions, hoping to not get publicly outed for their past behaviors.