Inclusion

Inclusivity has become a trend, and now everyone wants in on it. Here's why that's not necessarily a good thing.
A new study suggests white parents tell their kids "to not see color." But pretending they don't doesn't fight racism.
Shannon Schuyler and Clarissa Clark of PricewaterhouseCoopers discuss mentorship and bridging the gender diversity gap in corporate leadership.
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“We have a great responsibility to drive social change, and the time is now for corporate America to step up."
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“The future of work” is a phrase on the lips of corporate leaders across industries, and diversity and inclusion leaders
He's faced obstacles because of race, sexuality and addiction. Here's how this chef says we can embrace inclusion.
Victoria Russell, the first person to lead diversity, equity and inclusion at Papa John’s International, is committed to
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The toy manufacturer said it aims "to keep labels out and invite everyone in" with the dolls, which feature both male- and female-presenting clothing and accessories.
Justin Ward's road trip drama features trans actor Tyler DiChiara as Kai, who is nobody's victim. The movie hits the Burbank International Film Festival on Friday.
In the past, the film festival has been called out for a lack of diversity but it has made a push to improve gender parity.
Customers can choose the title “Mx.” starting today.
“Most black actresses come to a new set w/ their hair done (me) or bring their wigs & clip-ins w/them,” actress Yvette Nicole Brown tweeted.
Closing off our educational borders will make our world smaller and less compassionate.
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Change cannot come fast enough – and it won’t come at all unless we take action.
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Citigroup CEO Mike Corbat sits down with Farjana Rohman, Citi Vice President - Instant Payments Product Manager, to discuss the challenges of being a state school educated, young woman of color in what is historically a feeder-career for the Ivy League.
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Misty Copeland is “on pointe” talking about more representation in the ballet world.
Misty Copeland is “on pointe” talking about more representation in the ballet world.
The two Texas students say "Crazy Rich Asians" helped inspire a fake ad they created.
Kids with visual impairments can get loving messages with their snacks through Braille stickers and audio boxes.