February 2017

Many of Your Stakeholders Feel Victimized

By: | February 10, 2017

Today people are more aware of the plight of white, rural, working-class people all over the world, including England. For many who are members of majority identity groups, the America they knew and felt comfortable with is slipping away, and for good. They perceive themselves as the victims of multiculturalism, diversity, affirmative action, unenforced immigration […]

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5 Women Heroines in Movies

By: | February 9, 2017

Have you ever overheard your daughter(s) discussing those Disney female characters with her friends who wait for their prince(s) to come along with love and you wonder how possible it is to change her/their perception about female actresses and other roles they may play? You need not worry because there are female heroines who have […]

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Review: The Young Pope Offers Insights on Big Identity Shifts

By: | February 3, 2017

From Paolo Sorrentino, director of the Academy Award

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New study: Did America’s growing diversity make voters more xenophobic?

By: | February 1, 2017

Allison Skinner, University of Washington Donald Trump’s presidential victory took many by surprise, and in the weeks since the election, political analysts have attempted to understand who voted for Trump and why election forecasts were so wrong. One might wonder how a country that’s becoming increasingly diverse – some projections have the country becoming majority […]

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