Never Stop Fighting for Justice

Blog   |   July 3, 2018

Once again, another unarmed Black man was shot and killed by the police. His crime? Running away. As articulated by The Washington Post: “A Pennsylvania police officer’s fatal shooting of a 17-year-old who police said had fled a car that the … Continue reading

One Georgia city’s entire justice system is run by Black women

Blog   |   June 22, 2018

CNN reports that South Fulton, an Atlanta suburb and one of Georgia’s newest cities, has the distinction of being perhaps the first city in the nation to have its criminal justice system led entirely by Black women. The city of South Fulton … Continue reading

Oxycontin manufacturer cuts entire sales team

Blog   |   June 21, 2018

  The Daily Caller Reports the pharmaceutical giant behind the painkiller OxyContin revealed it cut its entire remaining sales team in a shift away from opioids. Purdue Pharma announced the changes Tuesday, which will effectively end any contact the company has with … Continue reading

Harvard Business Review shares 5 tips for successful workplace diversity programs

Blog   |   June 20, 2018

Research shows that most workplace diversity programs fail to produce meaningful diversity and inclusion, and some have actually increased bias among individual employees, according to a report by HBR. The first tip is to bystander intervention training, so people know how to step in … Continue reading