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the ‘baths for queer defense’ proposes an architecture of diversity in puerto rico

following a theoretical investigation into the issues of gender binary public bathrooms at the university of puerto rico, and the discrimination faced by trans people, reily joel calderón rivera shares a conceptual design that proposes a more…

KBE accepting nominations for 2024 Robinson Award for Diversity and Equity in Public Education

The Kentucky Board of Education (KBE) is accepting nominations for the 2024 Robinson Award for Diversity and Equity in Public Education. Since 2004, the award has been given to an individual or group in Kentucky for outstanding leadership,…

Education Secretary Calls Diversity Program Cuts Latest ‘Boogeyman’ To Divide Schools

WASHINGTON ― U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona said Tuesday that he believes attacks on diversity programs in public schools are part of a larger campaign to “decrease the confidence in our public schools.” In a roundtable discussion with Black…

Where’s the Education Money Going? $20 Billion Is Going To Diversity, Equity & Inclusion » Sons of Liberty Media

“If only we spent enough money on schools.” “If only we spent enough money on schools” is the perpetual liberal lament. All the endless money we spend is never enough. Teachers can get paid six figures and property owners can be taxed out of their…

Secretaries of Education, Agriculture Call on Governors to Equitably Fund Land-Grant HBCUs – Greater Diversity News

U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona and U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Thomas Vilsack today sent letters to 16 governors emphasizing the over $12 billion disparity in funding between land-grant Historically Black Colleges and Universities…

After All the Turmoil in Higher Education in Response to the Israel-Hamas War, Diversity Educators Continue to Miss the Mark on Religion

Over the last few months, I, like many of my colleagues involved in interfaith engagement, have had countless conversations with people trying to understand the Israel-Hamas war and respond to its implications for college campuses. My advice to all…

12 Diversity Statistics That Will Make You Rethink Your Hiring Decisions

UPDATE 6/2020: This article has been updated to reflect newer statistics found on diversity hiring. For more articles on diversity in the workplace, take a look at these: Companies need diversity. It is beneficial to an organization to think with a…

The rise of diversity and inclusion in the USA | Leadership…

Business Chief speaks with workplace culture experts to discuss the current state of diversity and inclusion in the…

Best Practices Do Women deserve equal money

The gender pay gap refers to the disparity in earnings between men and women. It is a complex issue that has…

Racism In America Getting Worst

Racism continues to be a deeply rooted issue in America, despite the progress that has been made over the years.…

Diversity Is Needed

In today's world, diversity is more important than ever. With globalization and advancements in technology, our…

Equality in Higher education

Equality in higher education refers to the principle that all individuals, regardless of their background or…

Minority Enrollment Statistics will never be normal in…

The persistent lack of diversity in corporate leadership has been a long-standing issue that continues to plague…

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Karen Bullock Honored for Outstanding Contributions to Diversity in Palliative Medicine | The…

Karen Bullock has received the Richard Payne Outstanding Achievement in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Award from the American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine. The organization presents the award to a health care provider who…

Why Diversity Training Isn’t Enough

If you’ve consumed liberal media at any point over the last two decades or so, you’re likely aware of the growing attention to (and outrage over) the lack of racial diversity in: Hollywood movies, tech, journalism, Washington, Young Adult…

A Trio of African American Women Who Are Taking on New Diversity Roles in Higher Education

Menah Pratt , vice president for strategic affairs and diversity at Virginia Tech, was named chair-elect for the Council on Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion of the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities. Founded in 1887, the…

Prisons Being A Punishment Rather Than A Place For Punishment

“My mind is free to go where it wants. But my body… has to remain within a 50 mile radius within the area I’m paroled at”, these are the words one ex-prisoner used to describe his feeling after release from prison. Society perceives prison…

Black schools lack needed resources

Resource inadequacy in black schools is a longstanding issue that has had a detrimental impact on the education and future prospects of black students. This article aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the historical background,…

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