Originally found at Forbes by Jim Ludema and Amber Johnson
That’s how Danielle Cadet begins her viral article published at Refinery29, where she serves as a vice president and managing editor.
In the midst of a global pandemic that has disproportionately impacted people of color, leading to an economic downturn that has disproportionately impacted people of color, we’re now confronting, once again, the vicious racism and violence that are embedded in American culture…
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#5: Five Practices and Three Myths that Fuel Inequality
Finally, as scholar-practitioners, we often turn to the research for answers to big questions. Today, the research came to us with this 2-page synopsis of an influential Academy of Management article, which summarizes the findings of 232 articles, 76 books, and 14 reports from governments and think tanks on the topic of inequality, especially in the workplace. The authors (John Amis, Johanna Mair, and Kamal Muir) highlight five common organizational practices and three myths that reinforce inequality. We encourage you to dig deep into this one. It is well worth the effort!
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