suicide prevention practices in the workplace
How Companies Can Implement Suicide Prevention Practices in the Workplace

Mental health awareness in the workplace is a tricky topic. Most employers want to present…

world sexual health day
The Benefits and Pitfalls of Recognizing World Sexual Health Day in the Office

While sexual health is an important topic for mental, physical, and emotional reasons, bringing sexual…

Janice Gassam Asare
10 must-read articles by Dr. Janice Gassam-Asare to get up to speed on the importance of DEI in America

Editor’s Note: Bookmark this page. These articles are must-reads.   Dr. Janice Gassam Asare is…

The Relevancy of Women’s Equality Day
Established in 1973, Women’s Equality Day commemorates the certification of the 19th Amendment giving women…
Echoes of Invention - The Future of Black Creativity
Echoes of Invention – The Future of Black Creativity

Black creatives are consistently brilliant while navigating professional obstacles and social oppression. Melissa Kimble, founder…

On Sewing and Living: What To Do When Plans Fail
On Sewing and Living: An Interview with Adria Toliver On What To Do When Plans Fail

Human resource manager, I/O psychologist, and Dallas native Adria Toliver has learned what custom clothiers…

Michelle Cadore: From Glass Ceiling to Creative Entrepreneur
Michelle Cadore: From Glass Ceiling to Creative Entrepreneur

Brooklyn-native creative and serial entrepreneur Michelle Cadore is the mind behind the YES I AM brand highlighted by Jennifer Hudson in partnership with Mastercard to uplift Black women business owners. In this interview style article, Cadore shares how being overlooked for a promotion helped her leave her once promising career to pursue entrepreneurship.

Bozoma Saint John and Her Undeniable Legacy
Bozoma Saint John and Her Undeniable Legacy

Bozoma Saint John is one of the most sought out marketers and speakers in almost…

Breaking Travel Barriers: Martinique Lewis Helps Black Travelers and Brands Connect Across the World
Breaking Travel Barriers: Martinique Lewis Helps Black Travelers and Brands Connect Across the World

Despite Black travelers spending an estimated $109.4 billion on leisure travel in 2019, local and international brands weren’t targeting or including them in their advertisements. Oakland area native Martinique Lewis developed an affinity for solo-travel and uncovering connections to Black history at unexpected destinations. But the more Lewis traveled, the more she noticed a consistent lack of people who looked like her in travel ads and marketing campaigns; so she took to social media. Learn how Lewis maximized her experience in marketing and insights into diverse travel communities to assist travel brands in increasing representation in their advertising.

How to Get the Most Out of A Multigenerational Work Environment

The average lifespan for humans is increasing as medicine continues to advance. With more generations…