Downtown Los Angeles: May 29, 2020 Caleb: These words were playing in my head as the bus headed to the jail with me, a photographer, and 60 BLM protesters, inside.
My strategy was to avoid the topic. I considered myself “not racist,” but when issues of racism came up, I’d demur, “it’s not my area of expertise.” In other words:
I was taught in school to hate Japan and the Japanese people. I grew up in a rural area in central China. My grandfather and great uncle fought in the
For the past month, there has been no shortage of material published on the ways in which independent schools are addressing the issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). Some
Words matter. At the risk of stating the obvious, the source of the words also matters. While I am appalled at the anti-Asian behavior of what I hope is an
In the previous segments of this series, we framed the challenges for a systemic approach to DEI considering the visible & invisible parts of this work. The goal is a
Part III of “What’s the Real Plan for DEI?” was primarily about alignment with the various constituencies and interest groups at your school, completing the strategy portion or top half
By Joshua Freedman CEO, Six Seconds and Michael Eatman PCC, Founder, Culture7 Coaching Part I of What’s The Real Plan for DEI was an overview of the key issues associated with building a comprehensive
By Joshua Freedman CEO, Six Seconds and Michael Eatman PCC, Founder, Culture7 Coaching Part I of What’s The Real Plan for DEI was an overview of the key issues associated
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