Belonging At Work After the Elections

Belonging At Work After the Elections

On World Kindness Day, Rhodes Perry moderated a panel discussion with some of today’s most inspiring diversity, equity, and inclusion thought leaders. Together, they discussed how workplace leaders could cultivate workplace cultures of belonging after the midterm elections. If you were unable to participate in the November 13 discussion, you now have the opportunity to watch a recording of the panel and learn how political changes impact workplace culture. You will also gain insights on how to navigate politics and lead on workplace belonging.

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Portland Flushes Discrimination

Portland Flushes Discrimination

In 2016 alone, 22 states are in the process of considering over 100 bills that would prohibit transgender and gender non-conforming (TGNC) people from accessing the restroom that matches their gender identity. On a more promising front, cities like Portland are taking action to protect and affirm TGNC people. This post focuses on how to implement such protections, and shares an example of how Washington, DC’s #safebathroomsDC campaign converted over 100 single user restrooms within the first month of its launch. 

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