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DEI Committees | April 24, Vol. 1

Difference is not inherently bad; however, we must recognize it productively. If your organization or firm is starting a new DEI committee or working to maintain one, be sure that the conversations you are having are not harmful. Establish guidelines for navigating challenging conversations before you get started to avoid potentially damaging your efforts or harming a participant. One of…

DEI Dictionary

DEI Dictionary | April 24, Vol. 1

Words have power! Check out these terms that provide information and understanding in the ever-evolving lexicon of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. Accommodation: A change in the environment or in the way things are customarily done that allows an individual with a disability to have equal opportunity, access, and participation. Emotional Intelligence (EQ): The ability to manage both one’s own emotions and…

Habari - Newsletter

Habari | April 24, Vol. 1

Director’s Corner  Hello, new & returning friends! Thanks for taking the time to check out Habari. I hope you will learn something that encourages you to be a better ally and engage with others meaningfully. Some of you may have been missing Habari over the last few weeks. We are working on some exciting new changes, so I appreciate your…


Allyship Tips | April 24, Vol. 1

Building a community requires a willingness to learn about things you don’t know. These tips are meant to give practical ways to practice allyship & actively support inclusion & belonging. DON’T TOUCH THEIR HAIR Someone’s hair or any body part is not ours to touch. It’s disrespectful to think we have the right to do so, whether we ask first…