Free webinar with Jan Reynolds, live from Bali!

Our very own author/adventurer/world record-breaker Jan Reynolds will be hosting a live, free webinar this Friday from Bali, the site of her award-winning book, Cycle of Rice, Cycle of Life: A Story of Sustainable Farming. Tune in here at 10:30 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time on October 7 to explore the cycle of sustainable rice farming […]

Video Thursday: Shadeism

This week, we have a moving documentary about the distinction made based on skin color, even within a single culture or ethnic group. It’s long, but it’s worth watching the whole thing, from the interview with a four-year-old girl to the academic perspectives of professors. Contains Adult Language Shadeism, posted with vodpod, via Love Isn’t […]

This Week in Diversity: American Geography

Oh, Arizona. Why are so many things happening in your beautiful state lately that give us reason to talk about you in these roundups? This time around, it’s a mural featuring the faces of local schoolchildren—but the schoolchildren are a diverse crowd, the mural was drawing racist slurs, and the school’s principal asked for a […]

Video Thursday: Tradition and Empowerment

An Indian woman and feminist shares three encounters with women who are working for women’s rights and for peace within their traditions. It’s long, but it’s worth it: All too often, I think we forget the balance of which she speaks. In one conversation, we talk about how tradition binds communities, provides a sense of […]

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