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If you’ve attended a conference, academic gathering, or other progressive space in the last five years, chances are you’ve experienced one of liberal institutions’ favorite new tokens: the land acknowledgment.
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By Joshua Freedman CEO, Six Seconds and Michael Eatman PCC, Founder, Culture7 Coaching This is the first article in a five-part series that explores planning for DEI programs. Each article