Business schools at Stanford, Wharton, and Insead are reevaluating their programs and curriculums.
USC Student Who Launched Impeachment Campaign Against Student VP Says It Wasn’t Prompted by VP’s Zionist Views, Apologizes to Her and Jewish Community
“I want to offer my deepest apologies to Rose, and the greater Jewish community, for all the damage to her reputation, mental health, and well-being that resulted from my irresponsible wording.”
“A lot of these apps are built for straight men; you can play ‘hot or not’ all day long.”
“Understand the differences, act on commonalities.”
South Africa’s post-apartheid democratic experiment hasn’t come as far as it should have—here’s what lessons that holds for antiracist movements worldwide.
Reading novels and short stories can build empathy—and help people “own up to their own lack of understanding.”
Practically every company says they want to make the world a better place. Anti-racism is their chance to really start thinking big.
Books like “White Fragility” and “How to Be An Anti-Racist” have become best sellers, overwhelming independent Black-owned bookstores across the US.
Over the past week, Rabbi Ron Stern from Stephen Wise Temple shared his personal journey into a deeper understanding of the complexities of race in America. I found it so inspiring, I asked for permission to share all 5 days again here. My grandmother had a maid’s bathroom. I was born in the Jim […]