Joseph, a marketing professional and CEO of We Have Stories, wore a shirt modeled off the Washington team's logo with a few small tweaks: The shirt read "Caucasians" rather than the usual slur, with a white bust in place of the team's current mascot. Tap here to read the full story. https://twitter.com/FredTJoseph/status/1024330451941564416
You might not have even noticed, how few women are openly discussing their personal experience with abortion any more. Our freedom here in Canada and the protections of Roe v. Wade in the south might have made us complacent. As U.S. Justice Kennedy prepares to retire, abortion rights are very much back in the news [...]
Don't hire for diversity, they say. Hire the best people.
This four-panel meme has been going around social media again. It shows people in various centuries dying of black plague, working 16-hour days, fighting a war, and, finally in the 2000s, sobbing because they’ve been offended. The point seems to be that people can’t imagine real tribulation anymore and haven’t any courage, so they’re easily [...]
"Write more stories on women’s sport. Make sure women are visible.”
This Heritage Minute introduces Canadians to Jim Egan and Jack Nesbit, who paved the way for future generations of LGBTQ+ people.
It’s a no-brainer when you’re introduced to someone. “This is James. He’s our new IT guy.” “It’s Jim,” he says. You call him Jim, and everyone is happy. It should be exactly this simple when we’re faced with something less expected: “Actually, I go by Rhonda now” or “My pronoun is they.” Told once, never [...]