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Happy Two Year Anniversary

Dear Friends, Two years ago today, Diversity Crew was born with a simple yet powerful goal – Treat People Better! Over the past 48 months, our team of 50 people has done just that, serving 30 clients on over 65 projects. To make sure that quality DEI resources are accessible to all types of organizations, […]

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Diversity Crew A Two Year Look Back

The past two years has been a wonderful whirlwind of helping organizations Treat People Better! Since we are data driven in our approach to DEI, we decided to put our own information through the analytical gauntlet to see what the numbers say about our two years in service. If you’d like more information about Diversity […]

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African American Music Appreciation Month

The month of June commemorates and celebrates African-American music. African-American music helped shape American history, influencing everything from the Civil Rights movement to the music we hear today! In the 1960s, Philadelphia natives, Dyana Williams and Kenny Gamble, lobbied the White House in order to have a full month dedicated to the legacy of African […]

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LGBTQIA+ Discrimination in the Workplace

Unsupportive work cultures push LGBTQIA+ employees to leave organizations. The data tells us that this community experiences discrimination at disappropriate rates. Check out the stats below. Almost half (45.5%) of LGBT workers have experienced, at some point in their careers, some form of unfair treatment at work, including: harassment, being fired, or facing hiring discrimination […]

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What Does the Juneteenth Flag Symbolize?

Did you know that the Juneteenth flag uses the exact same colors as the United States flag: red, white, and blue. This was intentional and meant to show that the formerly enslaved and their descendants are free Americans, too. The Juneteenth flag is full of symbols, which was the vision of activist Ben Haith, founder […]

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Your Leadership Shadow is Hurting Your DEI Efforts

Here is How to Fix It With the rise of DEI awareness and education combined with an increase in the number of studies linking diversity and inclusion efforts to organizations’ bottom line, more and more companies are committing money and resources to DEI. The most successful organizations in this space not only engage with the […]

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Can Allyship be a Management Tool?

Research shows that allyship can be an effective diversity management tool to help reduce workplace discrimination, and finds there are three main levels of allyship: Knowledge, Communication, and Action. Companies that want to strengthen DEI should consider an allyship training program and to actively promote an ally culture. Here are a few roles that allies […]

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Celebrating Ramadan

More than two billion Muslims around the world are celebrating the holy month of Ramadan. Islam is the second-largest religion in the world. Muslims make up a majority of the population in 49 countries, and make up 25% of the world population, per Pew. However, not every Muslim culture celebrates the holiday the same way. […]

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Neurodiversity in the Workplace

The neurodivergent community is often overlooked in the diversity, equity and inclusion conversation, and as a result, they are often overlooked in hiring efforts. However, organizations that make an extra effort to recruit, retain, and nurture neurodivergent workers can gain a competitive edge from increased diversity in skills, ways of thinking, and approaches to problem-solving. […]

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Dr. Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou was born Marguerite Johnson in St. Louis, Missouri, on April 4, 1928 and became one of the most renowned and influential voices of our time. Angelou’s rich legacy spans through her several volumes of poetry that explored the South, racial confrontation, and the triumph of black people against overwhelming odds. She also worked […]