February 24, 2021

Diversity, equality, inclusion (DEI) are gaining buzzword prominence throughout society, thanks mostly to the pandemic. From government to corporations to education and class make-up, people are using these lenses to evaluate how little or much entities are complying with the ‘new’ push for DEI. For example, one researcher did a quick study of the diversity of the Senate. (Hint: It probably took a nanosecond.); In a recent poll, a record percentage of US adults identified as LGBTQ; and the House is set to vote on the Equality Act. So, what’s in it?; and One really fascinating finding by Cambridge psychologists is who they discovered are more prone to extremist and radical views. Go beyond the headlines…

The racial breakdown of the Senate

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