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The Tree, The Fruit, and The Ladder

Tom Morris | Posted 07.03.2016 | GPS for the Soul
Tom Morris

Here's a thought that came to me a few days ago and I've pondered it since then. Imagine for a moment that we can represent true spirituality and eve...

One Of Obama's Legacies: A Park System That Looks Like All Of Us

The Huffington Post | Kate Sheppard | Posted 05.09.2016 | Politics

WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama is expected to declare the Stonewall Inn a national monument in the coming weeks. Stonewall, located in Greenwich...

A Holiday Greeting That Applies to Everyone

The University of Central Florida Forum | Posted 12.16.2015 | College
The University of Central Florida Forum

We know that we are not being culturally insensitive by extending to someone a holiday greeting that has no meaning to them because they practice a different religion or no religion at all.

Finding Alternatives to Fruitless Polarization

Rabbi Ted Falcon | Posted 10.26.2015 | Religion
Rabbi Ted Falcon

The eight of us sat around a table and pretty much had the restaurant to ourselves. After introductions, a conversation that began between me and the Palestinian named Mohammed quickly became the focus. The others may have been concerned where this discussion would lead.

Dear Black Men, You Are Not Pro-Black If You Are Not Pro Black Women

Daniel Johnson | Posted 10.10.2015 | Black Voices
Daniel Johnson

Pro-Black means you fight for your people. All of your people. Not just Black men, not just straight Black men, not just Black men you think are upstanding and productive members of society, but all of your people.

Business Needs Sustainable Development Goals, Too

Arancha González | Posted 07.12.2016 | Impact
Arancha González

This year, governments will make decisions that will shape sustainable development possibilities for generations to come. In September, world leaders will gather in New York to agree on a new set of international development goals.

Around the World in 30 Days - June 2015

C. M. Rubin | Posted 06.28.2016 | Education
C. M. Rubin

C. M. Rubin's Global Education Report This past month, I spoke to education innovators around the world about topics ranging from improving city sc...

Trailblazing Women: Ida Beerhalter, Co-head of IOME Family Office

Anne Ravanona | Posted 05.07.2016 | Business
Anne Ravanona

"I think the further you move away from your comfort zone and go exploring, that's when you may find a hidden talent or -- what is also important -- something which makes it much easier to face and accept a weakness."

'Gents', 'Fellas', 'Boys' - How Language Is Telling Women They Don't Belong

Kate Van Dellen | Posted 06.01.2015 | Technology
Kate Van Dellen

Sitting at my desk today, dress and new flats on, I opened an email sent to me and my group with the first line "Gents, I need your help with this hard technical issue..." In one swift motion, I uncrossed my legs to firmly press my feet into the ground and leaned forward.

Why I'm Not Furious About Mannequins With Visible Ribs

Z Zoccolante | Posted 03.10.2015 | Healthy Living
Z Zoccolante

Everyone has a natural body type. Yet the paradox of society is inescapable: Don't be too skinny, but don't be too large either. Talking with my friend that day reminded me that people's eyes are on you either way, although you've done nothing to deserve their admiration or distaste.

Are Diversity and Inclusiveness Really Possible?

The University of Central Florida Forum | Posted 10.27.2014 | College
The University of Central Florida Forum

The challenge today is that the same practices that excluded minorities are still prevalent, but we don't have a name for it. As diversity and inclusiveness have become ubiquitous buzzwords, I wonder: Is it really possible to create a playing field that gives everyone a fair chance?

Brit Shalom Families: Where's the Controversy?

Lisa Braver Moss | Posted 08.26.2014 | Religion
Lisa Braver Moss

As a Jewish woman who opposes circumcision, it's true that families who say yes to circumcision will have support from the Jewish community. But what happens to those who decide to keep their sons "intact" (i.e., not to circumcise them)?

No More Analysis -- Millennials, the Church Needs You!

Samuel L. Adams | Posted 08.10.2014 | Religion
Samuel L. Adams

Many churches are perpetually mired in process, worrying far more about protocol for committee meetings than how to become a welcoming body. With your wariness about the glacial pace at which institutions change, you can help the church become more dynamic.

A Transgender Teacher in Hawai'i Inspires a Global Campaign

Dean Hamer and Joe Wilson | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Dean Hamer and Joe Wilson

At a time when transgender and gender-nonconforming people the world over face harassment, violence, discrimination and even murder, we are excited to be launching a new film-based campaign from Hawai'i that takes a fresh approach to making the world more just and inclusive.

Who Can Report Harassment to WMATA? Everyone

Patrick McNeil | Posted 12.24.2013 | DC
Patrick McNeil

Earlier this month, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) announced a new way for riders to contact the metro police department: via text.

Fostering Inclusive Entrepreneurial Ecosystems

Darrin Redus | Posted 07.22.2013 | Business
Darrin Redus

Connecting more minorities to the nation's emerging tech-based economy (via these high-tech industries) is of vital importance for our collective economic future. This bridge-building isn't always easy, however.

From Religions Of Exclusion Toward A Spirituality Of Inclusion

Margaret Placentra Johnston | Posted 04.12.2013 | Religion
Margaret Placentra Johnston

Greater truth, and greater maturity, is found beyond the religions that exclude, and found within forms of spirituality, religion or even nonbelief that find their basis in inclusiveness.

The Trouble With Occupy

Jim Prues | Posted 05.01.2012 | Impact
Jim Prues

The old system is crumbling under the weight of its own corruption, as Occupy, The Arab Spring, the ongoing financial crisis and a host of other factors and influences come to a head here, in 2012. We must admit these are no ordinary times.

Inclusive Growth: From Desirable to Essential

Vinod Thomas | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Vinod Thomas

The concern for inclusive growth, or a growth pattern that includes all income strata, is not new. What is different is the nascent realization that without it, sustained growth will not be possible in the future.

Inclusion Begins With 'Hello'

Deborah Plummer | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Deborah Plummer

The cumulative effect of not being recognized, even after initiating a hello, is a slight that can feel like a result of racism, however benign the intentions might be.

Workplace: Is Love a Taboo? (VIDEO)

Sadhguru | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Sadhguru

Do not divide your life into "work" and "life." It's just life; every waking moment of your life is just life. Can one moment be less important or more important than the other?

Inclusive Economics: Enabling the World

Sadhguru | Posted 05.25.2011 | Impact
Sadhguru

We must change our economic process into an "all-inclusive" process. Providing health care and education is not charity but an investment; our engine functions better if we give what we have to all.

Do Whateveryouwannukah? Why I Won't Be Fa-la-la-la-la-ing In To The Gap This Holiday Season (VIDEO)

Cathleen Falsani | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Cathleen Falsani

I'm all for inclusiveness and multiculturalism, as much as I am for inexpensive cotton T-shirts and reindeer-themed boxer shorts. But this year's Gap "holiday" ad campaign just rubs me the wrong way.

Rick Warren Did Not Make Me a Believer

Disgrasian | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Disgrasian

Why the pronoun-switch midstream from "me" to "us"? Who is this "us"? You and other Christians? It sounded like you meant all of us, Rick Warren.