In this example video, learn how to interrupt everyday bias against the women in your office. Here is our suggested course of action to stop microaggressions in a firm, yet non-confrontational, manner.
Approximately 7% of people in the U.S. identify as LGBTQ+. Here are a few steps you can take to act as an ally to your LGBTQ+ colleagues, employees, friends, family members, and more. These tips will help you create real change in the world around you.
Improve both your understanding and your ability to treat people with disabilities with dignity and respect by absorbing these valuable principles that are firmly grounded in the real-world, daily experiences of disabled individuals.
Learn effective ways to be a supportive ally to your Black co-workers. Consider the importance of educating yourself, listening, and acknowledging the ideas and contributions of Black colleagues each day, not just when racial incidents are in the headlines.