August 18, 2020

Suffrage Anniversary

June 25, 2020

Podcast: Speaking Of…

June 1, 2020

A Future Where All Of Us Can Breathe Free

April 22, 2020

Podcast: Speaking Of…

March 26, 2020

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March 16, 2020

Nevertheless, She’s Hilarious!

In honor of Women’s History Month, we want to shout out some of the most exceptional trailblazers of all when it comes to meeting people where they are: women in comedy.

February 19, 2020

A Black History Month Conversation with Sharyon Culberson

December 4, 2019

Is your company prepared? Illinois Sexual Harassment Prevention Changes in 2020

Have you heard the news? In 2020 Illinois is making some major changes when it comes to tackling sexual harassment.  Fueled by nationwide movements like #metoo and Times Up, this year the Illinois House of Representatives and Senate worked to create legislation that would provide a holistic approach to the unfortunately still too common problem of workplace sexual harassment.

November 26, 2019

Rules of Engagement vs. Rules of Enragement

Spending time with family, extended family and loved ones, sometimes means connecting with people whose experiences and perspectives can be quite different from our own. Have no fear! We’ve got your back with these tips on how to engage.

November 4, 2019

Chicago Event for HR Professionals

If you’re striving to establish a diversity, equity, and inclusion strategy to help attract top talent and drive innovation, you’re not alone. And for good reason.

April 16, 2019

Netflix Brilliant Tweet Fights Gender Stereotypes

Good job Netflix!

April 2, 2019

Compliment or Sexual Harassment?

There are subtle forms of harassment that can make someone feel uncomfortable or threatened. For example: “Those pants look great on you”. Is it a friendly co-worker or sexual harassment?

March 26, 2019

15 Ways to Compliment a Co-Worker

There are many ways you can compliment a coworker (or anybody for that matter) when doing it in a respectful manner. An easy way to achieve this, is by focusing on their work-performance and not their physical appearance.

March 7, 2019

Take Your Presenting Skills to the Next Level

March 5, 2019

25 Recent Books by Female Authors You Need to Read

February 25, 2019

Intersectionality is a Must

I Promise That I Am Not Scary

Nuance. What a fun word. It is impossible to talk about anything in the realm of social justice without understanding who you are as a facilitator of the discussion, and with whom you are speaking.

Blacken History

There’s a madness that occurs from having to constantly adjust to an ever-vacillating barometer of acceptance in society as someone in a Black body. When I walk in front of an audience and see other Black men in the audience, there’s an instant connection due to this specific shared social reality.

February 22, 2019

To Be or Not To Be Inclusive: A Contemplation on Black Representation

“Inclusion” denotes that there is an inherent in-group, a default group, opening their doors to those that are viewed as marginalized while “Intersection” denotes an overlapping, that various groups of folks from varying backgrounds meet on neutral ground to take a stance on a common goal.