Carl Nassib and the NFL’s Commitment to Equality-image

July 20, 2021 | Harrison Egbers

Carl Nassib and the NFL’s Commitment to Equality

Carl Nassib stands as a symbol that you can achieve your dream at the same time as being authentically true to yourself, while the NFL’s response highlights the progression of acceptance by the private sector and cultural leaders.

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Garment Workers: The Heart and Soul of Fashion-image

July 15, 2021 | Makayla Canfield

Garment Workers: The Heart and Soul of Fashion

Without garment workers, there is no fashion. Fashion and human rights are inextricably linked. COVID-19 created significant setbacks for garment workers in the fashion industry in the fight for preserving their rights, significantly increasing fashion’s impact on people and the...

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Protecting Maritime Workers-image

June 22, 2021 | Julia Cox

Protecting Maritime Workers

Among the many lessons learned from the past year, one that deserves more attention is the fragility of the global supply chain and the importance of those working to support it. From 2020 to today we have seen the availability...

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How The Private Sector Can Stand Up To Stop #AAPI Hate-image

May 27, 2021 | Simone Singh

How The Private Sector Can Stand Up To Stop #AAPI Hate

In 1992 Congress designated May as National Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM) to celebrate the achievements and contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the US. This year we should consider how leaders, companies, and communities can become better...

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Everyday Life Shouldn’t Be Treated Like A Crime-image

May 11, 2021 | Kathleen Ralston

Everyday Life Shouldn’t Be Treated Like A Crime

Did you know every four minutes, someone on probation or parole is sent to prison for a technical violation, NOT for committing any sort of crime? There are currently 6.6M people in the US justice system and 4.5M of them...

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Getting Women Back to Work-image

March 24, 2021 | Julia Cox

Getting Women Back to Work

For women, the pandemic has caused a staggering loss of jobs.

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Closing The Gender Gap With PEAs-image

March 22, 2021 | Handshake

Closing The Gender Gap With PEAs

To achieve equal pay for women, companies need to pay their employees fairly. Many employees are no

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Women in the Workforce: The Shift from Glass-Ceiling to Labyrinth of Leadership-image

March 15, 2021 | Maggie Stimpson

Women in the Workforce: The Shift from Glass-Ceiling to Labyrinth of Leadership

The Glass-Ceiling metaphor ignores the barriers and inequalities women face in every step of their career, suggesting it is an inaccurate touchstone

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Empowering Reads for Women’s History Month-image

March 8, 2021 | Handshake

Empowering Reads for Women’s History Month

Here is a list of our favorite books written by women for women.

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Inspirational Reads for Black History Month-image

February 10, 2021 | Handshake

Inspirational Reads for Black History Month

With just over a week into Black History Month 2021, we’re dedicating this time to celebrate the voices that continue to pave the path towards a more just society for African Americans across the United States. This year, we’re sharing...

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December 30, 2020 | Handshake

For Diverse Boardrooms

Neither boardrooms nor C-suites have been widely represented by women, minorities or LGBTQ+. This long-standing culture of board composition stems from structural cultural barriers to unconscious bias.   The thinking that women are not supposed to be in those roles and that for a group of people to be effective and successful, there must...

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Diversity Drives Success In Times Of Crisis-image

December 9, 2020 | Maggie Stimpson

Diversity Drives Success In Times Of Crisis

Diversity pushes companies to be open-minded and promotes a more complete outlook on business strategy.

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