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For Diversity And Inclusion – Accepting Talents Not Colour

For Diversity And Inclusion – Accepting Talents Not Colour

There are many reasons why building diverse teams within inclusive environments is beneficial. Others have written about them at length, and the cases are compelling. If you aren’t already familiar with the data and rationale, please take the time to do some research on it. Without strong intrinsic motivation from your leadership, change is unlikely. With that […]

On Colourism And Other “Isms”

On Colourism And Other “Isms”

  Colourism is defined as the prejudice or discrimination against individuals with a dark skin tone, typically among people of the same ethnic or racial group (see Google’s first million pages). Yes. I had to look it up. Unless you have experienced the sharp end of colourism or indeed, are of the darker-skinned races then […]

Hey, guys — gender politics are central to this race, not a footnote

Hey, guys — gender politics are central to this race, not a footnote

I’m not sure about this, but I’m starting to wonder whether gender is playing a role in the Democratic primary campaign between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. What do you think? Very funny, I know. In the wake of Sanders’ blowout victory in New Hampshire, I have had impassioned exchanges about this subject with almost […]