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On Diversity, Silicon Valley Failed to Think Differently
Silicon Valley’s predominantly White, male workforce didn’t have to be this way. The wave of national unrest around ingrained racism has called attention to the dearth of people of color across corporate America.
Remembering John Lewis (1940-2020)
Often called "one of the most courageous persons the Civil Rights Movement ever produced," John Lewis has dedicated his life to protecting human rights, securing civil liberties, and building what he calls "The Beloved Community" in America.
'Black people are locked out': John Rogers speaks
The $10 billion fund manager has a message for corporate America: We're missing our moment to act on racial inequity.[Read More]
Technology can still live up to its promise as a force for justice
Tech companies are responsible for building surveillance networks that help police officers. But tech should and can be a tool for building communities, not policing them.
COVID-19: 78% of the unemployed believe it's temporary. History disagrees.
Using past recessions as a guide, a new study predicts that 42% of recent layoffs will result in permanent job loss.
Surviving COVID-19: How to be seen as an essential worker by your employer
As employers struggle to avoid laying off or furloughing their workers, they are also making decisions about who to cut and who to keep, should their hands be forced by the impact of the coronavirus on their revenues.
Younger, college-educated black Americans are most likely to feel need to ‘code-switch’
Black and Hispanic Americans are more likely than their white counterparts to say they at least sometimes feel the need to change the way they express themselves when they are around people with different racial and ethnic backgrounds.
The case for accelerating financial inclusion in black communities
Racial disparities in health and health care providers persist in the U.S., and may go hand in hand.
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