So, You Want to Address Inequities?: From Georgia State's own Richard Phillips, Dean and C.V. Starr Professor of Risk Management & Insurance at J. Mack Robinson College of Business. What does it take for an academic institution to make systemic change?
Cultivate a FEMA that Prioritizes and Harnesses a Diverse Workforce: Objective 1.1 of FEMA's Strategic Plan: FEMA is better able to serve the needs of diverse communities when its leadership and staff reflect the communities it serves. Diversity, equity, and inclusion cannot be optional; they must be core components of how the agency conducts itself internally and executes its mission.
Josephine Baker Becomes First Black Woman to Enter France’s Pantheon: Josephine Baker, the trailblazing American-born entertainer and civil rights activist, is the first Black woman to be laid to rest at France’s Pantheon. The Parisian monument is dedicated to iconic figures that have left a decisive imprint on French history, including the writers Voltaire, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Victor Hugo and Emile Zola, resistance hero Jean Moulin and politician Simone Weil.
Supreme Court hears case that could change dynamics of public money for private religious education: The U.S. Supreme Court's conservative supermajority seemed poised to hand school-choice advocates a major victory, and potentially a large expansion of state programs required to fund religious education.
FBI’s Scott McMillion on Advancing Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility: He is the agency’s first-ever chief diversity officer.
(Source: Government Executive)
- Compiled by Kate Billard