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日本の障害者に対する差別に関する情報の要求。/ A Request for information about discrimination against disabled people in Japan


Or you can also email Barrier Free Japan: mgpeckitt@googlemail.com


If you are a disabled person living in Japan who has experienced discrimination because you have a disabilityplease make a comment below. 20 more words


Falcon Heavy, Dad, and the Kid

It was 3 AM on a clear, crisp October morning in 1957 when Dad gently shook me awake and said simply, “It’s time.”

I was instantly alert, and dressing quickly, moved quietly through the house so as not to disturb Mom or my brother and sister, and met Dad in the kitchen of our home in Queens. 989 more words

#Microsoft365 Day 119 - Diversity, Roles & Responsibilities in Tech

#Microsoft365 #Office365 #Diversity This week I celebrated my 43rd birthday, and no, I’m not fishing for congratulatory well-wishes. I do however have a message I would like to share with you. 1,439 more words

Office 365

Gender gap in female executive positions

This article explores the theories behind the fact that the presence of female CEOs was not associated with a reduction in wage discrimination faced by other women executives in the same company. 148 more words

Blacktown Council Promotes Sex Discrimination

Blacktown in Sydney’s west is an area known for its cultural diversity, its council is made up from a culturally diverse group of people. Blacktown councillors are made up of eleven men and four women, I am sure feminists will point to this over representation by men and voice their accusations of a patriarchal society where men hold positions of power and use that power for the benefit of men to the exclusion of women. 560 more words

Men's Rights

Telling Fish to Climb Trees: Standardized Testing and its Flaws

“Everybody is a Genius. But If You Judge a Fish by Its Ability to Climb a Tree, It Will Live Its Whole Life Believing that It is Stupid.

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Black Lives Matter

Back in 2012, there was a case that had struck the Black community particularly hard. It was then during 2013, that the movement, #BlackLivesMatter, came about through the collaboration of Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors, and Opal Tometi. 499 more words