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Gaslighting in the workplace: A case for the Equal Rights Amendment

Picture this: Andrea works as a manager in a mid-sized company. She is highly skilled and has received recognition by her peers for her contributions in the past. However, since John joined the team, things took a troubling turn. As time went on, John intensified the gaslighting tactics. Andrea noticed…

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Celebrating independence and equality: the journey of inclusion on 4th of July

FOURTH OF JULY --- With the 4th of July just around the corner, we can feel the patriotic spirit in the air. It's a time of joyous celebrations, filled with barbecues, fireworks, and cherished moments with loved ones. But as we gather to commemorate this historic day, it's crucial to…

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The silent struggle: navigating infertility in the workplace

By Gloria Jiang Image by LightFieldStudios From Canva Infertility, a deeply private and personal matter, remains silent in the workplace, whereas policies concerning pregnancy and childbirth have seen considerable progress. This gives rise to a covert struggle that many individuals and couples find difficult to navigate due to the enduring…

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Supporting Black-led and Black-focused organizations this Juneteenth

By Ava Lee-Green On June 19, 1865 – almost two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation – slaves in Texas finally received news that slavery had finally ended in the US. 158 years later, Juneteenth is now a federally-recognized holiday and provides a platform to uplift the voices…

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Dissecting the famous equity/equality illustration by Angus Maguire

EQUALITY -- If you are in the social justice space, you may be familiar with the powerful illustration by Angus Maguire which depicts the difference between equality and equity, which are often used interchangeably. This post covers why they are vastly different. Visual representations often possess a remarkable ability to…

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The connection between ocean conservation and gender equality

Empowering women and addressing gender disparities is key to protecting our oceans and securing a healthy planet for future generations. Women and girls bear the brunt of climate change, which in return amplifies gender inequalities and threatens their livelihoods, health, and safety. By including gender equality in environmental policies, fostering…

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The resilience of the LGBTQ+ community in history

Pride Month, celebrated annually in June, is a vibrant and inclusive commemoration of the LGBTQ+ community's resilience, struggles, and achievements. It serves as a time for individuals from all walks of life to come together, embrace diversity, and advocate for equal rights. Join us on an illuminating journey through the…

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Social media and Pride Month

By Ava Lee-Green With billions of people worldwide checking their tailored social media feeds daily, platforms like TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter have created spaces for necessary discussions about equality. Despite challenges with the spread of disinformation, social media has quickly become a critical tool for enacting change.  Spreading awareness…

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National Cancer Survivors Day

By Gloria Jiang Celebrating Resilience and Hope Every day across the globe, millions of individuals and families face the daunting challenge that comes with a cancer diagnosis. It is a journey fraught with fear, uncertainty, and countless obstacles, yet it also brings resilience, strength, and hope. National Cancer Survivors Day…

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The Equal Rights Amendment: a step towards addressing sexual assault in the military

Sexual assault and harassment have long been issues in the military, affecting both men and women in uniform. Despite efforts to address this issue, the military still struggles to prevent and respond to these incidents effectively. According to the Department of Defense's annual report on sexual assault in the military,…

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