Whether regarding differences in race, gender, religion, socioeconomic class, personality, background or anything else, it is important for teachers and…
The United States Constitution states, “We the People.” During the month of June, also known as Pride month, I often…
We’re in 2021, and women are still being underrepresented, not respected, treated unfairly, and taken advantage of. The time is now to make a change.
I remember my mom telling me to make friends with everyone even if they look different from me the day before my first day of kindergarten. I think that all parents should tell their children this and enforce that it is okay if you look different from others around you.
The world is a beautiful place when we learn to appreciate each other’s uniqueness and embrace diversity.
When discussing diversity, we often gravitate towards discussions about race, social injustices, and prejudice. However, gender diversity is also a major concern that plagues one of the most important places in our society—the workplace.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was one of the most respected and notable women in the world. As a Supreme Court Justice, she represented women worldwide, fighting for equality and women’s rights.