Suey Park Out of Context, or How a Bunch of White Guys Proved That #CancelColbert Was Necessary and Didn’t Even Realize It. Part Two: Josh Zepps Gets Stupid… 1,888 more words
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Suey Park Out of Context, or How a Bunch of White Guys Proved that #CancelColbert was Necessary and Didn’t Even Realize It. Part One: She Said What?!?
Way back on March 27 or so—an eternity in Twitter time—Suey Park, a 23-year-old writer, comedian, and activist, in response to a post from the Twitter account of Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report” (but not actually Stephen Colbert’s account), started a (Twitter-based) campaign: #CancelColbert. 1,138 more words
More than ever the workplace is becoming a diverse place in terms of people with different backgrounds and cultures. Therefore, it’s become increasingly important for college graduates of all majors to enter the workforce with cultural competence. 121 more words
There’s an ongoing war of words between the anti-oppression, diversity and inclusion and intercultural competence camps. It can be nasty sometimes. All sides have the same goal of eliminating discrimination, racism and creating inclusive workplaces, but their approaches are very different. 481 more words