Tag: Diversity

video games, gaming industry

Gaming Industry Moves Forward While Leaving Minorities Behind

The gaming industry is poised to be the next boom industry in American business. In 2018, video game revenue reached a new high of $43.8 billion, according to Entertainment Software Association and The NPD Group. Like many of the United States’ most profitable enterprises, the gaming industry is overly saturated…

Johnson & Johnson Releases Inaugural You Belong: Diversity & Inclusion Impact Review

Originally Published by Johnson & Johnson Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ), the world’s largest and most broadly-based healthcare company, today published You Belong: Diversity & Inclusion Impact Review (Impact Review), which demonstrates how a strategic Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) philosophy has been a key driver of innovation and impactful business outcomes since…

Orthodox, Eruv, Ameren, Champaign-Urbana

Orthodox Jews in Champaign-Urbana Illinois Construct Eruv With Help of Mayor, Volunteers and Ameren

The small but active Orthodox Jewish community of Champaign-Urbana, Ill., had a problem: The area did not have the necessary infrastructure to accommodate the observant religious community during its celebration of Shabbat. Many Orthodox families were not sending their children to the local University of Illinois, and those Orthodox Jewish…

Boston Police Department Hyde Park Roxbury slurs Officer Lynch Roxbury Prep High School

Boston Cop on Leave After Allegations of Racially Harassing Roxbury Prep High School Students At Local McDonald’s

Joseph Lynch, a 16-year veteran with the Boston Police Department, has been placed on administrative leave following the department’s internal affairs’ investigation into allegations he directed racial slurs toward Black and Latino students from Roxbury Prep High School at a local McDonald’s. According to the New York Post, Lynch’s assignment…