As the holiday season is rounding out, we can’t help but notice the alarming dissatisfaction when someone simply says “Happy Holidays.” We thought this trampling hostility ended years ago, but, alas, here we are at the brink of an entirely new decade, spreading a message of cheer and getting pushback in return.
100 years ago, National Veterans Day was established to honor those who have served our country fearlessly, and historically stands in honor of the veterans of our past and present.
When Halloween comes around each year, the scariest thing that happens without a doubt, is appropriation. Over the years, we’ve seen things like Black Face, moccasins and headdresses, sombreros and hijabs, gypsy costumes and more all being worn inappropriately to celebrate the masquerading holiday. Underrepresented and misrepresented groups have been experiencing costume-based discrimination for centuries and yet it continues to show itself right on schedule.
Since being introduced to the public in the late 1920s, television has been a mirror to societal shifts. TV has provided an outlet for society to take a step forward, implement change and alter the course of events.
Let’s get one thing straight: I’m gay. It was a long road to finding my pride, but in honor of Pride Month, here’s (some of) my story.
Diversity is one of the many things that can either drive corporate America forward or bring it to a screeching halt if it’s lacking. Diversity means difference, experience, culture and so many other things and gives our workforce an intricacy that provides meaningful results. In other words, there are several reasons you should diversify your office and we’ve got the breakdown for you here.