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The Just Project will help students and staff to get back on campus and back to learning at America's Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
A study has shown that stress caused by racism is impacting on physical and mental health.
Marian Croak on what it takes to innovate, why kids are an inspiration and how not fitting in can be an advantage.
95% of young Black British people have witnessed racist language in education and half feel it’s limiting their futures, a YMCA report shows.
Reparations, police reform, workplace diversity and allyship are all on the agenda if Black Lives Matter is going to keep up its momentum into 2021.
Half of Black college graduates in the US ‘code-switch’ to fit in with people of other races. But altering speech, behaviour and appearance to succeed can lead to burnout.
Analysis from the Pew Research Center shows how the pandemic has changed employment status and working hours among mothers and fathers.
By measuring how free we feel in the workplace in 4 basic ways, we can make advances in our commitment to inclusion and equality.
With a disproportionate impact on women, people of colour and the LGBTQI+ community, COVID-19 highlights the inequalities our professional lives are built upon.
Human beings are capable of surmounting the imponderable as the past 6 months have proven and maybe this year is the opportunity to right some of the wrongs, to reconcile and reckon.
These include machine learning tools to optimize job descriptions, to AI-powered psychological assessments of traits like fairness.
As well as a public health crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on poverty levels and inequality.
Leaders can enhance the dignity that African American and Black employees feel at work and cultivate a culture of belonging by having open and honest conversations about race in the workp...