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264. Writing the Other / Writing the Self Panel w/ Nalo Hopkinson, Susan Jane Bigelow, Keffy Kehrli, & Kate Elliott

The world, the people, and the mistakes, oh my!  Nalo Hopkinson, Susan Jane Bigelow, Keffy Kehrli, and Kate Elliott join us to talk about the dos and don’ts of writing people who are not like ourselves (and vice versa). 201 more words

Genre Fiction

After Ellen Pao, Now What?

Anyone who has followed the Ellen Pao knows the data: The decline of women investors in venture from 10 percent to 6 percent; the 77 percent of venture firms who have never had a women partner; the 11 percent of tech board seats held by women, while that number hovers at 20 percent for Fortune 500 companies. 761 more words


Why We NEED Diverse Books

The reasons society needs diverse books have been laid out many times in the past few months by better sources than us. While not repeating all of those voices, we still want to lay out why diverse books are important and why we focus on diverse, inclusive books on our blog and in our podcasts. 531 more words


March 2015 Article Roundup

Looking to expand your knowledge related to accreditation, higher education, program management, or performance management? Every month, we will share a short list of articles or resources from around the web that may be interesting and valuable to NASPAA-accredited programs. 105 more words


03/30/15 FRIENDS


I seems like most of us (56%) would like to increase the diversity in our lives a little, which I think is good.   1,068 more words

Charitable Donations

Miss Iowa visits Kiwanis

Current Miss Iowa, Aly Olson, stopped by the club on Tuesday, March 24th to discuss her reign as Miss Iowa, her home-state pride and her platform of diversity.   21 more words

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