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eBay's Diversity Report: Slightly Less Crappy Than the Others

It won’t exactly earn eBay bragging rights, but the first diversity report published by the veteran e-commerce company revealed a workforce with a larger percentage of women, blacks and Hispanics than many of its big Silicon Valley peers. 103 more words

General

Diversity round-up!

We’ve had some great discussion about diversity this month. Both in our blog and our LinkedIn group ORCInternational Employee Engagement including glass ceilings, inclusion, and a great new white paper. 190 more words

Diversity

What Makes America the Best

Whether you develop an activity around Ethnocentrism, Fallacies in Arguments (did someone say Bandwagon), or maybe even Ethics…I really appreciate this clip for being a critical consumer of information.

Culture

A love of diversity

There have been noticeable affects on language that have come about due to explorers and the like that journeyed from their motherland many years ago. The journey of Christopher Columbus in 1492 was one that would herald the changing of the times for world languages. 539 more words

Education

Infographic: Only 8 Percent of Sci-Fi Films Feature Protagonists of Color

If you’re looking for people of color in your summer sci-fi blockbuster, you’ll be waiting for a long time. A new infographic form Lee & Low Books details just how lacking fantasy films are in the diversity department: only 14 percent of movies feature a female protagonist and only 8 percent feature a protagonist of color. 429 more words

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Infographic: Only 8 Percent of Sci-Fi Films Feature Protagonists of Color


If you’re looking for people of color in your summer sci-fi blockbuster, you’ll be waiting for a long time. A new infographic form Lee & Low Books details just how lacking fantasy films are in the diversity department: only 14 percent of movies feature a female protagonist and only 8 percent feature a protagonist of color. 429 more words

Entertainment

Radical Mentoring

In Cross Cultural Mentoring: A Pathway to Making Excellence Inclusive, Betty Neal Crutcher (http://www.aacu.org/liberaleducation/le-sp14/crutcher.cfm) makes a strong case for cross-cultural mentoring. Her basic premise is that we are multi-identified and the ways that we can connect are many. 110 more words