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Why Hire A DEI Consultant?

Back in the day, when very few people knew anything about DEI, those who wanted diversity training inside their organizations often hired outside consultants. In many instances, the HR managers didn’t have the specific skills or backgrounds to address specific diversity challenges that were unique to that particular organization. So, they hired consultants who did […]

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World Mental Health Day

October 10th, 2022 is World Mental Health Day. Each year has a theme and this year’s theme is “Make mental health & well-being for all a global priority”. World Mental Health Day is a collaboration of several organizations including the World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Federation for Mental Health (WFMH). The goal of, […]

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Addressing the Racial Disparities in Breast Cancer Screening

Each October, we are reminded just how important it is to support life-saving breast cancer research. It is a time of heightened awareness and reflection. This year, the team at Diversity Crew would not only like to aid in raising awareness, but we would like to propel conversations around how we, as a society, might […]

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The State of DEI

This year, we are rolling out our annual State of DEI survey and we invite you to be a part of this initiative. As a DEI practitioner, your voice is incredibly important in helping us understand the complex tapestry that makes up the DEI landscape today. As our way of saying thanks, everyone who completes […]

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Where Are You On Your DEI Journey?

In our DEI work, we often use travel metaphors – journey, milestone, mapping – because a quick fix does not exist in DEI. Organizations that take on this work after identifying gaps in their culture, demographic makeup, or equitable opportunities should be prepared to embark on a continuous journey in order to make lasting changes. […]

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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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Mental Health Statistics and the LGBTQIA+ Community

For many LGBTQIA+ people, socioeconomic and cultural conditions negatively impact mental health conditions. Many in the LGBTQIA+ community face discrimination, prejudice, denial of civil and human rights, harassment and family rejection, which can lead to new or worsened symptoms. Take a look at the statistics below to see how mental health conditions affect the LGBTQIA+ […]

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How Will You #BreakTheBias? Our Personal Roles in Promoting Gender Equity

Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day finds its way to us again this March. In 2022, we are asked to “Break the Bias” – a bold ask. Previous themes have included #ChooseToChallenge, #EachforEqual, #BalanceforBetter, #PressforProgress – but none so provocative as a demand to disrupt. To shatter. To extinguish. This isn’t by accident. The […]

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Trailblazing Black Women of History

We are living in a time when history is unfolding right before our eyes. At Diversity Crew we are celebrating trailblazing Black women who are breaking barriers across government, media, science, sports, tech and more. Here are eight leaders who are the firsts paving the way for the present and future generations. Angela F. Williams: […]

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Black History Month 2022: Health Disparities Among Black Americans – Part 3

For America to heal a past that is sometimes horrid, we must work to bring all American history into the light. One way every person and family can make Black History Month personal, is by asking the elders. We are losing the generation that remembers and participated in the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s […]