Discrimination and hate are everywhere, and they are deeply rooted in history.
Recently, I’ve heard a lot about how ableism exists in our society and how to push back against it.
The latest Marvel movie, Eternals, came out in the beginning of November 2021. With a stellar cast (Angelina Jolie, Richard…
Recently, I was able to see the musical Hamilton in Los Angeles. While this story is about the founders of the United States, the main characters are played by Black actors.
Even in 2021, the world needs to do better regarding diversity. In particular, I’m talking about wage gaps.
As society progresses, more and more companies and job fields are becoming more lenient with allowing unnatural hair colors, piercings, and tattoos in the workforce.
Although it has improved tremendously in the past few years, women are still treated unfairly in the workforce.
Happy National Coming Out Day!
We don’t always think about the difference between diversity and inclusion in the workplace. This can slowly begin to negatively impact the community of employees because it’s easy to interpret these two terms as synonyms, even though that’s not the case. The first step to making positive, diverse changes is understanding this major difference and applying it.
According to Google, microagressions are “indirect, subtle, or unintentional discrimination against members of a marginalized group.”