October 4, 2021
Work as we know it got turned upside down during the pandemic. An exhausted work force, burning the midnight oil at home, claim they became modern-day workaholics (40% by one account). Those who were already self-described workaholics found their condition exacerbated.
September 27, 2021
25 years ago, I set out to address the question: “What can we do about the underrepresentation of African-Americans in the top-level position in sports management?”
September 2, 2021
This struggle of Afghan women and the fight against misogyny is hardly new, and yet new developments are happening. Newly mobilized global feminisms may be emerging. If this can happen, it might just save our planet.
May 6, 2021
Author Ellen M. Snyder-Grenier shares a series of stories about taking action in times of crisis from The House on Henry Street: The Enduring Life of a Lower East Side Settlement.
April 5, 2021
—Shirley Hune and Gail M. Nomura
How can all of us better challenge falsehoods of Asian American and Pacific Islander women’s docility and call attention to the complexities of their past and present experiences in the United States and elsewhere?
April 2, 2021
This is a historical moment to take note. There is little new to Asian racism in the US and yet Covid has given it a new license, a new virulence, a new exposure.
January 27, 2021
—Daniel P. Reynolds
The goal of Holocaust remembrance must be to ensure that willful abuses of memory are recognized by a majority for exactly what they are. That can only happen through education and a willingness to learn.
January 25, 2021
Jan. 6th was a new(ish) political explosion of white misogynist supremacy.