Author: Brian Good

Champions of Pride Part Four: Trailblazers

Pride Month is a time to reflect on the trailblazers, freedom fighters, and history makers who fought valiantly to increase inclusion and representation for the LGBTQ+ community, and who have paved a way for a better tomorrow for future generations. In the last installment of our four-part series celebrating Champions…

Champions of Pride Part 3: LGBTQ+ Leaders

Pride Month is a time to reflect on the trailblazers, freedom fighters, and history makers who fought valiantly to increase inclusion and representation for the LGBTQ community, and who have paved a way for a better tomorrow for future generations. In Part Three of our four-part series celebrating Champions of…

Champions of Pride Part Two: Entertainers

Pride Month is a time to reflect on the trailblazers, freedom fighters, and history makers who fought valiantly to increase inclusion and representation for the LGBTQ community, and who have paved a way for a better tomorrow for future generations. In Part Two of our four-part series celebrating Champions of…

6 Ways DEI Continues to Shape and Evolve America’s Retail Sector

From increased innovation and profits to a better overall customer experience, diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) programs can have a beneficial impact on retail businesses. But disparities in upper management, along with underlying racism that still exists in some store locations, show those efforts still have a long way to…

4 of the Biggest Issues Limiting Diversity and Inclusion in Healthcare

As the ongoing pandemic and recent increased interest in social justice and reform have proven, men and women of color continue to be underserved by the healthcare system, receiving lower quality preventative care and incurring higher levels of illness and disease as a result. While our healthcare system itself has…

Women of Color Remain Among the Most Poorly Paid of All US Workers

It’s no secret that women in the American workforce earn significantly less money than their male counterparts. Despite ongoing legislation efforts and movements such as “Equal Pay Day” to create equity between all workers, the Department of Labor still estimates that the average woman earns just 81% of what a…