THE D&I Roundup from COLOR – June Special Edition II

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In this special issue, Juneteenth becomes a national holiday, IBM takes a hard look at LGBTQ discrimination in the workplace, and FastCompany outlines the steps needed to put more women in leadership positions. Access your D&I news below: 

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No one is talking about what we really need to do to get more women in leadership

“The CFO of LogicSource says If fewer women move into leadership because of the pressures of the pandemic, current leaders must reframe their mindsets and ultimately continue to close the gender gap in the C-suite.”

Biden Signs Bill Making Juneteenth a Federal Holiday

President calls it a day to remember the ‘moral stain’ and ‘terrible toll’ slavery took on the nation.

LGBT+ professionals in the US experience enduring discrimination—and broader inclusion—in the workplace.

“Individual LGBT+ lives, families, and experiences are all unique. What brings the LGBT+ community together is less a shared identity and more a shared struggle for acceptance and equality, with each segment of the community experiencing the struggle differently.”

RECAP: Dr. Sharon Walker: A Deliberate Journey of Inclusion

Outstanding STEM Ambassador Honoree Dr. Sharon Walker talks about her passion for STEM and serving as a role model for other women of color who want to lead in STEM.

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