And The Loser Is…

And The Loser Is…

By Eric Peterson | February 4, 2020 One year ago, when the Oscars awarded three of its four acting honors to people of color, people wondered if perhaps the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences had finally turned a corner. Maybe, just maybe … its historic...
5 Destinations for a Deep South Road Trip

5 Destinations for a Deep South Road Trip

By Carrie Mills | June 24, 2019 Summer is in full swing, making it the perfect time for a classic road trip. Here are a few suggestions to add to any Southern travels for a worthwhile dose of American history. Louisiana State University’s Rural Life Museum (Baton...
Creating Inclusive Workplace Communities for LGBTQIA Colleagues

Creating Inclusive Workplace Communities for LGBTQIA Colleagues

By Audrey Ford, Eric Peterson, Rosalyn Taylor O’Neale, and Taylor Greene June 25, 2019 Allyship is not only about engaging and building relationships, it’s about self-awareness, bearing witness, and taking action. Earlier this month, we discussed tips and...
Becoming a Better Ally

Becoming a Better Ally

By Audrey Ford, Eric Peterson, Rosalyn Taylor O’Neale, and Taylor Greene  June 11, 2019 Allyship is a lifelong process of building relationships based on trust, consistency, and accountability with marginalized individuals or groups of people. This June, a group...
Communication Actions for Diversity & Inclusion Conversations

Communication Actions for Diversity & Inclusion Conversations

By Bart Bailey | May 28, 2019 During a recent training I facilitated, a discussion was prompted by Sherri*, a white woman, who held the opinion that the term, “bro,” felt exclusive. “This term is only used by black men and makes me uncomfortable,” she expressed to the...