When Tamara Parson began fighting for inclusion in central Ohio, nobody listened. Now, that’s changing.
One woman’s mission to combat racism in her small Ohio town.
The articles in this special feature of the Bulletin were curated with the goal of inspiring meaningful conversations about diversity across generations of alumni — and in future issues of the magazine. While the term "diversity" encompasses many identifiers — class, gender, sexual orientation, political affiliation and more — racial and ethnic diversity are the focus of this first series of stories.
Finding a job in any industry can be difficult, and this is especially true for finding a job at an advertising agency. This piece consists of interviews and insight from some of the top Human Resource professionals in the country.
Lizzie Della—a new boutique agency in NYC—is determined to diversifying advertising, for good.
Activists say the classroom offers a space to put the group’s beliefs into action.
Stereotypes of what it means to be a strong woman of color can make women from these groups feel especially low when something doesn't go their way, here's how to bounce back in a healthy manner.
According to a recent study by the Joint Center, 27.3 percent of African-Americans and 31.2 percent of Latinos are in jobs that are set to be replaced by automation in the next two decades.
JoMerra Watson wanted to see paintings that centered black people. So using classic paintings as inspiration, she created her own.
J’Mel Dowdell’s thirst for entrepreneurial life started when he was young, now it's a full-fledge toy company.