Now, I don’t know what the joint statement will trigger in reality, but I am pleased that is 26 more people in leadership positions who even thought about it. It would be great to follow up and see if there is action behind this statement.
What if people made an effort like director Michael Pearce to diversity their cast, staff, partners, etc? It can be done and can make huge difference to the community that is represented. If I see positive movement forward anywhere, it is Hollywood. This was is on Amazon.
This is a big deal! Girl Scouts is impressive. They are focused on sustainability, leadership, STEM and they even have auto mechanics. Diversity is apparent. When a Girl Scouts Diversity, Equity and Inclusion director joined one of my #stopasianhate programs, I got to learn about the new Girl Scouts. Take a look. Scanning their website […]
A hate crimes bill to combat violence against Asian Americans in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic passed the U.S. Senate overwhelmingly on Thursday, a rare bipartisan vote in the evenly divided chamber. The vote was 94-to-one, with Republican Sen. Josh Hawley the only no vote. “I cannot tell you how important this bill is […]
C100 Presents: “We Rise Together: Stopping Anti-Asian Hate – A Special Town Hall” Featured Speakers: Juju Chang, Co-Anchor, ABC News Nightline (Moderator) Jonathan A. Greenblatt, CEO and National Director, ADL-Ambassador Gary Locke, Chairman-Elect, Committee of 100 Derrick Johnson, President and CEO, NAACP-Congresswoman Grace Meng, Representative (D-NY 6th District)-the Honorable Alex Padilla, U.S. Senator, California The […]