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Confronting White Supremacy Culture in the Social-Impact Sector

As organizations strive to become more inclusive, it’s imperative to recognize the difference between truly lifting up diverse perspectives and merely expecting new hires to accept and adhere to existing cultural norms that may be rooted in systemic oppression. Years …

By Sheena Daree Miller - Idealist Careers
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How to Create a Safe Space for Transgender Coworkers

A safe space is an environment where people feel secure that they won’t be discriminated against, harassed, or otherwise harmed emotionally or physically. Ideally, every place should be a safe space for everyone. But unfortunately, for members of marginalized groups, …

By Stephan Maldonado - Vault
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2 Ways to Tell if Your Employer is Committed to the Success of the Black Family

Since 1976, February has been recognized as Black History Month, an observance meant to celebrate and honor the contributions of Black and African American individuals within the United States. Each year, Black History Month designates a theme to encourage public …

By Alexis Cortes
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Resume Basics for Law Students

by Shelley Awe | December 22, 2020

Did you know the average time an employer spends looking at a resume is less than 10 seconds? That’s not a lot of time to make a great first impression! To get recognized as …

By Shelley Awe - Vault
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UConn Graduate Is Part of the Chicago Political Scene

Chicago’s 39th Ward sits on the northern edge of the city and is home to plenty of small businesses, ethnic restaurants, and two universities.

Its current alderman is not a homegrown product of the Windy City, but a UConn graduate – Samantha …

By Mike Enright
Mike Enright
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