Creating diversity in the workplace is a conversation that's been ongoing for years.
A conversation not many of us are having, however, is about the different ways we can motivate young ones at an earlier stage versus actively voicing the difficulty in reaching such goals.
How do you feel about diversity in the workplace and what changes would you suggest in order to see a change? Let us know below!
What a wonderful choice from Megan for our Friday Chi•Air Mural run 🏃🏾♀️ 🏃🏽♂️ We deeply respect all cultures and celebrate diversity ..... “ We live by the motto : #Movement doesn’t judge , so why should we ?! “ The wise soul sees past any superficial perceived indifferences and connects with the truth , that after all we are all connected ! 👌
If you know the artist , then please let us know ... ( it was great to meet Melissa Founder if The Footprint Experience - the cafe / kitchen in which this mural was attached to ) We certainly will be visiting there soon !
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😂🔊 #winning#stablegenius#stayinschool#cantmakethisup — Trump on NUCLEAR — On 19 July 2016 #donaldtrump Trump appeared at Sun City’s Magnolia Hall in South Carolina to deliver a noontime speech.
The event was an otherwise unremarkable campaign stop, save for one portion of #Trump ’s speech (transcribed below) in which he apparently started out attempting to criticize the nuclear deal that the Obama administration negotiated with Iran but veered into a minute-and-a-half long sentence that spanned his uncle’s academic qualifications, his own education, Democrats’ denying Republicans’ credentials, the power of nuclear technology, the number of American prisoners freed by Iran in conjunction with the nuclear deal, and the adeptness of “Persian” negotiators (particularly women), before circling back to how the Iranians “killed us” in the nuclear deal.
The one thing that puzzles us the most about this sprawling statement is this: Donald Trump’s late uncle, Dr. John Trump, was indeed a renowned professor at MIT, and among his many notable contributions to science were developing methods for treating cancer through radiation and studying how to radiate deep tumors without harming nearby healthy tissue. But what did he reveal to his nephew about “nuclear” 35 years ago that it would have been surprising for anyone to think of?
“My uncle used to tell me about nuclear before nuclear was nuclear” and “He would tell me, ‘There are things that are happening that could be potentially so bad for the world in terms of weaponry,'” Donald Trump has claimed, even though the U.S. had already developed and used nuclear weapons before he was born (1946). -
Could anyone have really been unaware or doubtful that “nuclear is powerful” in the 1980s, when Dr. Trump supposedly informed his nephew of that fact?
This week’s trailblazer is the amazing award winning author and novelist, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie! Most notoriously known for writing ‘Americanah’ & ‘Half of a Yellow Sun’! She’s on school reading lists and counts Hillary, Oprah and Beyoncé as fans! #TrailblazerThursdays#goals
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This week, @sfutandem is celebrating it’s final week with a potluck! These are pão de queijos! Brazilian cheese rolls. Thanks to Tandem participant, Angela, for introducing us to these traditional breakfast buns!
It is finally time! JTP's first children's book is now available for purchase. I excited to announce that Justin's Pumpkin Patch Adventure Children's Book is now available at our introductory pre-sale rate!
The book is intended to be fun and inspire creativity and adventure through learning. And while it wasn't planned, it is also intended to increase the rate of children's books with diverse characters as the main character.
The book was inspired by Justin’s pumpkin patch field trip to a local farm in Spartanburg, SC a couple years ago. That field trip not only created lasting memories for him, but it was the spark for a talent that I had hidden away.
So if I had to give this pre-sale campaign a name, it would be #sparkthetalent. Don't give up on your dreams! Keep pursing and chasing. AND help me celebrate my dream by ordering a copy of the book for yourself, your kids and your friends kids. Tell a friend, to tell a friend that they need a copy of the book!
Special thanks to Devin Smith for helping me bring this vision to life with the illustrations. Your art is wonderful and the story would not have been complete without it!
A Grã-Bretanha elegeu a primeira miss negra em 66 anos de história da competição. A eleita foi Dee-Ann Kentish Rogers, de 25 anos, coroada no último sábado, 14. Com isso, ela será a representante no #MissUniverso 2018.
Segundo a organização do #concurso, Dee-Ann venceu 31 candidatas. Após conquistar o título, ela usou seu discurso para falar sobre #representatividade e #empoderamentofeminino.
“Eu sempre quis usar minha vida para causar impacto e contribuir e usarei o título de Miss Universo #GrãBretanha para encorajar as mulheres a acreditarem em si mesmas e seguir em frente com seus sonhos. O #ReinoUnido é uma #sociedade multicultural e tenho orgulho de representar seus ideais de #tolerância, #diversidade, #beleza e #feminismo”, afirmou Dee-Ann após conquistar o título.
A recém-eleita miss é formada em direito pela universidade de Birmingham e também é #atleta. Nos Jogos da Commonwealth, associação que reúne os países constituintes do Reino Unido, ela disputou duas vezes: correu os 400 metros na Índia, em 2010, e ainda participou do heptatlo na Escócia, em 2014.
Fonte: Revista Donna Repost @mulherada_empoderada
Great Britain has chosen the first #blackmiss in 66 years of competition history. Dee-Ann Kentish Rogers, 25, crowned last Saturday, 14. With that, she will be the #representative at the Miss Universe 2018.
According to the organization of the contest, Dee-Ann won 31 candidates. After winning the title, she used her speech to talk about #femaleempowerment.
"I have always wanted to use my life to make an impact and contribute and I will use the title of Miss Universe #GreatBritain to encourage #women to believe in themselves and move on with their dreams. The #UnitedKingdom is a multicultural #society and I am proud to represent its ideals of #tolerance, #diversity, #beauty and feminism, " Dee-Ann said after winning the title.
The newly-elected Miss graduated in law from the University of Birmingham and is also an athlete. At the Commonwealth Games, which brings together the constituent countries of the United Kingdom, she has played twice: she raced the 400 meters in India in 2010 and still participated in the heptathlon in Scotland in
2 DAYS until the screening of Annemarie Jacir's film #Wajib in #OrangeCounty! Join us this Saturday, July 21st at 7:30 p.m. at @thefridacinema in Santa Ana. A special thank you to our community partners: Palestine Foundation, Palestinian American Women's Association, NAAP - Network of Arab-American Professionals, A Country Called Syria. Purchase your tickets on our site (link in bio). #AFMI
My big sis @iammilanrouge just purchased 10 tickets to give away for our fashion show this Saturday 🙌🏾. The best way I see fit is first come first served. The first 10 people to Dm me will receive it. For those who already contacted me the other night I’ll take care of you first . With that being said Please give thanks to this wonderful soul @iammilanrouge for being so generous ❤️❤️❤️ #Somebodygottadoit
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@logotv is premiering the #documentary , “Light In the Water" TOMORROW, July 19th at 8/7c.
I continue to be inspired by all the athletes living their truth. But let’s not forget those in the past as well, #LightInTheWater is about the first openly gay swim team and water polo club that was founded in Los Angeles in 1982 and documents their humble beginnings and how these men and women have become a renowned force fighting injustice in the world of competitive sports.
Make sure to watch!