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Stuart Elliott's Final Column

The industry has reached the end of an era as ad icon Stuart Elliott shared his final column at The New York Times yesterday. In this fantastic piece (see below), he recounts the top 5 changes in the advertising industry over the past 25 years. 952 more words

`Local governments have a huge diversity problem - Updated by Anand Katakam on December 18, 2014, 1:22 p.m. ET

A report from the New American Leaders Project shows that Asians and Latinos are badly underrepresented in state legislatures in almost every state in the union. 234 more words

Government

Campus Police Departments Struggle With Issues of Race

The head of the University of Pennsylvania’s police union was not pleased to hear how Amy Gutmann had ended up lying on the floor this month at her own holiday party.

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Postsecondary

Making Our Diversity Suck Less

Hemant Mehta has a solid write-up on the trends of diversity in the secular movement, by looking at a study of the diversity of secular conference speakers. 367 more words

Secularism

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A study on minority representation in the Secular/Humanist community

Diversity, Oppression, and the God Who Hears

Here are a few pieces that I have submitted to other blogging networks over the last few weeks:

Does the Church Really Want Diversity
Over the years many American churches have expressed a desire to be more open to people of color so that we feel welcome in the congregation. 500 more words

Faith.Hope.Love

Colleges Continue to Put Burden of Price Hikes on Poorest

Decked out in black tie and formal dresses, guests at Mr. Jefferson’s Capital Ball finished their salmon with horseradish sauce just as the band lured them onto the dance floor with classics including “Shout” and “My Girl.” Some of the people who paid up to $400 a couple to attend the event in the Grand Ballroom of the historic Mayflower Hotel joined in the Electric Slide.

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Postsecondary

Representation in the Media

The other day my sister sent me a screenshot of a blog that was titled “The First Live-Action Cinderella Trailer”. I was really taken back by it because I knew there was already a live action Cinderella movie. 567 more words

Ethnicity