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The Performative BS That Blocks Meaningful Progress

Hello! This year marks the 156th observance of Juneteenth — when word of the Emancipation Proclamation (finally!) reached African American slaves in Texas. Juneteenth, which is celebrated each June 19, is celebrated across the country by way of festivals, concerts, and other community-building events. Our Simply Good article this week suggests another way to participate [...]

Haitian Heritage Month & More

Hello! Thank goodness May is one of the longer months of the year, as it honors so many unique dimensions of diversity. As we celebrate Haitian Heritage Month (among other notable celebrations that we’ll mention below), I thought it might be good to highlight the origin of the picture we’ve all seen around the internet. The picture [...]

Honoring Women in STEM

Welcome! As March comes to a close, we continue to celebrate Women’s History Month by honoring the contributions of women in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Earlier this month, the Smithsonian presented #IfThenSheCan — The Exhibit, a display of over 120 3-D printed statues that pay tribute to women who are [...]

Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month (WHM), an observance established in 1980 to acknowledge the accomplishments and contributions of women in America, as well as to create awareness of the issues with which they continue to contend. Our Simply Good article this month highlights the Shideezhi Project—a mentoring program for young Navajo women that was launched in 2009. Although [...]
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