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The United States of America, founded by elements of global diversity hundreds of years ago, is at its core a government by the people, and for the people. ALL PEOPLE.
MBA Hippocratic Oath (created by Harvard students in 2009) being adopted worldwide. It begins with: "As a manager, my purpose is to serve the greater good by bringing people and resources together to create value that no single individual can create alone."
"Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself."
Leo Nikolaevich Tolstoy,
Russian writer and Pacifist
Implicit Association Test
(IAT) from Harvard demonstrates conscious-unconscious divergences.
People don't always 'speak their minds', and it is suspected that people
don't always 'know their minds'.
This assessment allows you to test yourself for hidden biases. Biases
thought to be absent or extinguished remain as "mental residue" in most
Brown Eyes, Blue Eyes.
See how quickly children fall into discriminating behaviors based on
what an adult tells them. But wait, think this is cruel for children who
don't know any better? Watch the same experiment with adults. How would
you have reacted if you were one of the subjects?
"Our lives are connected by a thousand invisible threads, and along these sympathetic fibers, our actions run as causes and return to us as results."
Novelist and Poet, Author of Moby Dick
The Genographic Project.
Where do you really come from? And how did you get to where you live today? DNA studies suggest that all humans today descend from a group of African ancestors who - about 60,000 years ago - began a remarkable journey. Discover YOUR deep ancestry by purchasing a kit and tracking your genetic lineage.
Discrimination Based on Race:
How might your views and life experiences be limited by your own biases and prejudices? This United Nations lesson provides an introduction to race, racial discrimination (the influences and impacts) and positive steps against racial discrimination.
Power in the Boardroom. Women vs. Men. Country and Industry analysis. In 2011, for the first time in history, women held more than one in ten board seats globally. This interactive shows how power divides up between men and women in the world's boardrooms, using data from more than 4,300 companies in 45 countries.
in 2012, a U.S. district judge ordered New York City to pay $128 million to firefighters who allege the city used an entrance exam that deliberately sought to keep African-Americans and Latino Americans off the force.
The University of Southern Mississippi revoked scholarships and dismissed five members of its pep band for taking part in a racially-insensitive chant directed at a Kansas State University player during an NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.
Does discrimination apply between the unemployed, and the employed?
Results from Harvard Business Review indicates Women are Better Leaders! Two competencies in which women were most ahead of men were "taking initiative" and "practicing self-development." They did particularly well on competencies like "driving for results." So this idea we have that women are just nicer is misguided. These women are hard driving.
Minorities are going online more than mainstream. "A lot of U.S. marketers are leaving minority audiences on the table," said Seneca Mudd, the director of industry initiatives at the Interactive Advertising Bureau. "Advertisers would ignore that trend at their own peril."