Juneteenth is the oldest annual celebration of emancipation from slavery in the United States. The celebration commemorates June 19, 1865, the day some of the last enslaved people in the country learned of their freedom.
An effective way to promote LGBTQ+ inclusion is by usualizing the use of gender pronouns through your work, communications and interactions with employees and customers.
Today, the use of inclusive, non-binary pronouns is becoming more widely used across all industry sectors.
During February, we are reminded of the rich ancestry and many contributions of Black people in the United States.
This paper recognizes the many accomplishments of transgender people and the work that still needs to be done.
In November, we take time to appreciate the history and many contributions of Native Americans in the United States.
For some time now, forward-thinking organizations have been laying the groundwork for the next generation.