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Diversity

January 4 / College Life

The first idea is simple — if you don’t come from a minority experience NEVER presume to know their struggles. Even if you find yourself gaining friends who are from underrepresented populations, it is essential to continue a habit …

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October 14 / Culture

How do we find ourselves in a world where there are so many firsts to be had for women of color? There are so few doctors, engineers, filmmakers that reach the level of success and recognition that even some of …

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July 5 / Diversity

I participated in my first ever Pride celebration this year in downtown San Francisco with Google! It was such a fantastic experience all around. But as of today, 14 members of the transgender community have died in the year 2017. …

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July 8 / Diversity

I attended a networking event last night in San Francisco at Dropbox. Guest panelists were Telle Whitney, CEO of Anita Borg Institute (ABI), Elizabeth Ames, Senior VP and Marketing at ABI, Aditya Agarwal, Vice President of Engineering at Dropbox and …

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July 8 / Diversity

The message of this post is to find a good mentor or advocate for diversity. I was reminded of this yesterday when I listened to a talk given by Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer at HP Inc. Lesley Slaton Brown. …

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May 20 / Diversity

I was recently reading this article and was reminded about why representation is so important culturally. I think sometimes living in a dominant culture that tries to forget its racist tendencies and racial biases you can loose the benefit of …

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