Paving The Way

The modern workforce has been clearing a path for greater inclusion and diversity -- and we're going to keep the momentum going. In partnership with Monster, a global leader in connecting people with jobs, Paving The Way will examine the workplace through the lens of various identity groups, highlighting everything from companies that have made strides in increasing diversity to individuals who are paving the way forward for their peers. To contribute, please e-mail PavingTheWay @huffingtonpost.com.

Their influence on contemporary feminism and contemporary art is nothing less than cosmic.
“Over ten thousand women isn’t a ripple — it’s a wave,” Emily’s List president Stephanie Schriock said.
“I’m not taking jobs anymore where I’m getting paid a quarter of what the male co-star is being paid."
Comedy Central ordered the pilot for her yet-to-be-titled project.
An official told Kathrine Switzer to "get the hell out" of the race in 1967. Nevertheless, she persisted.
Jeremiah G. Hamilton was the richest non-white man in the country.
Margot Lee Shetterly will be telling the stories of extraordinary but forgotten black Americans.
Fifty years later, the crew of the movie reflects on its groundbreaking legacy.