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What exactly is a teachable moment in Diversity & Inclusion?

ped·​a·​go·​gy \ ˈpe-də-ˌgō-jē \ noun 1. the art and science of teaching A Teachable Moment. We’ve heard this notion quite...
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Forbes: “Walking The Talk: The Most Important Questions to Answer Before Starting Your D&I Journey”

We are very excited to announce that our own Dr. Leeno Karumanchery’s first article for Forbes was published on September...
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There is no scientific basis for race.

A brief introduction to race as a social construct, and the science behind why racism is so hard to get...
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5 ways to design and drive your D&I strategy

MESH/diversity recently connected with a group at ICTAM for #EqualityEquationWpg to discuss the challenges organizations face when building solid D&I...
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An Inclusive Mindset

MESH/diversity is proud to announce that our own Dr. Leeno Karumanchery is featured on the expert panel in the recent...
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You can’t assert your way to safety at work

At the end of my last blog, I said my next post would look at how people could start to...
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From Ethnic Lunches to ERGs: 10 questions to ask about your D&I program in 2019

I’ve heard this powerful notion in a number of D&I conferences recently. “If you’re not disrupting, you’re not doing your...
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It’s 2019. Why are we still using D&I strategies from 20 years ago?

I was watching when Regina King won the 2019 Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting...
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