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Why do we use the term ‘political correctness’? 362 more words

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Hamlin Grange reblogged this on DiversiPro Inc. and commented:

The term "political correctness" has become code for so many things lately; from conversations about women and racial and ethnic minorities. It has become a license for some people to say anything they want, about any individual or social group without having to suffer the consequences or even think about the psychological or physical hard inflected.

White House LGBTQ Tech and Innovation Briefing addresses national issues

The country faces a plethora of issues that affect millions of people every day. Although there has been some progress as a society around pro-LGBTQ legislation and healthcare, there is a lot left to be done around poverty, criminal justice reform, federal statistics around LGBTQ people, youth solutions, mental health, the environment, education and inclusion in tech. 703 more words



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If It's Not In The Bible, Senator Manny Pacquiao Is Confused

MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – Although neophyte Philippine Senator Manny Pacquiao may not understand the constitutional principle of the separation of church and state, he seems to exhibit extremely competent knowledge of what’s in the bible. 203 more words


Trans women and non-binary femme tech entrepreneurs have a new legal resource

Transgender and gender non-conforming people are at risk of injustice and discrimination in education, housing, healthcare, public accommodations and employment. As a result of such widespread discrimination against trans and gender non-conforming people, they can be subject to exclusion from spaces that offer tools and resources around entrepreneurship and business development. 551 more words


Low-income students will soon be able to get federal aid to attend coding bootcamps

Coding bootcamps can be quite costly. In order to combat that, the U.S. Department of Education has launched a new experimental initiative in partnership with colleges and universities to enable students to pay for certain coding bootcamps using federal financial aid. 419 more words