Diversity

‘Check It’ LGBTQ group opens clothing store in Anacostia

Feb 1st, 2017 | By

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How the Women’s March on Washington is mobilizing a new generation of organizers

Jan 21st, 2017 | By

Like many women across the country, Therese Cochran was nauseated when Donald Trump won and accepted the presidency on Nov. 9. Like many of her peers, she found an outlet for her frustration and anger on Facebook. Now, she’s puzzling out an unexpected problem: how to transport thousands of people from Indiana to Washington, D.C.,
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Diversity and Inclusivity

Jan 12th, 2017 | By
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The Bowser Administration believes that Washington, DC is strongest and our streets are safest when all District residents can hold jobs, take care of their families, report crimes, and live their lives without fearing deportation. In November, Mayor Bowser hosted a community conversation with over 5,000 DC residents. The conversation was an opportunity for residents
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How Airbnb’s new policies could actually hurt hosts of color

Nov 23rd, 2016 | By
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After months of user complaints alleging discrimination and even a class-action lawsuit, Airbnb’s updated terms of service went into effect this month in an effort to stamp out racism on its platform. But in a strange twist of events, while these new protections benefit guests, some say they might actually hurt hosts of color, especially
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Social Tables Challenges DC Tech To Release Diversity Reports

Nov 16th, 2016 | By
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Social Tables released its second annual diversity report on Monday, and the numbers weren’t exactly great. But the event planning software startup still challenging the rest of DC Tech to do the same. “What we see when we pull together that data is that it is pretty representative of the companies we’ve been in,” said Sam
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