Needed: Some New Diversity Language – by Carlos E. Cortés

We in the diversity world need a new pair of words. Or maybe the terms already exist and I just don’t know about them. Here’s my concern about diversity language. In November I had a discussion with my cyberpal Neal Goodman, president of Global Dynamics. Neal had just read “Toward a 21st-Century Interculturalism: Reflections of … Continue reading Needed: Some New Diversity Language – by Carlos E. Cortés

Homage to The Slants – by Carlos E. Cortés    

The Slants won.  I’m glad.  And with that victory, the field of Diversity & Inclusion enters a new era, whether or not it wants to. In 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a rare nearly unanimous decision (8-0 with one abstention) in the case of Lee v. Tam (also known as Matal v. Tam).  The substance of the … Continue reading Homage to The Slants – by Carlos E. Cortés    

ADR October 2020 – Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE      October 21, 2020 CONTACT: Deborah Levine   info@diversityreport.com HEALTH EQUITY AND HEALTHCARE DISPARITIES AMID COVID-19 SPOTLIGHTED IN AMERICAN DIVERSITY REPORT New Edition Includes Articles, Podcasts, Poems, Black-Jewish Dialogue CHATTANOOGA, TN – Deborah Levine Enterprises LLC today announced the latest issuance of the American Diversity Report (ADR), an award-winning digital multi-media … Continue reading ADR October 2020 – Press Release

Future of Diversity Amid Pandemic – ADR TOWN HALL

The American Diversity Report (ADR), an award-winning digital multimedia platform, offered a virtual Town Hall featuring a distinguished panel of experts to discuss the future of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in education and employment amid COVID-19. We thank the many donors who made this event and ADR’s next year possible. CLICK to see List … Continue reading Future of Diversity Amid Pandemic – ADR TOWN HALL

Inclusive Sports – by Martin Start

Diversity in the Sports World Sport plays a significant role in creating communities as common bond is formed when individuals and teams compete celebrating their successes and failures with others.  The Olympics is as much a peace movement as a sporting event with the Olympic flame a symbol of harmony, cultural plurality and togetherness. Athletes … Continue reading Inclusive Sports – by Martin Start

ADR Team

Meet the ADR Advisors & Writers ADVISORY BOARD Click for profiles of our advisors: Sheila Chapnekar Boyington, Marc Brenman, Dr. Carlos E. Cortés, David B. Grinberg, Mike Green, Terry Howard,  Dr. Cynthia R. Jackson, Soumaya Khalifa, Dr. Deborah Levin, Simma Lieberman, Dr. Beth Lynne, Mary Angela Moore,  Dr. Joseph Nwoye, Sridhar Rangaswamy, Dr. Christopher Silver, … Continue reading ADR Team

What Should an Aspiring Global Leader Know? — by Deborah Levine

Here’s what teenage global leaders-in-training had to say when asked what a young global leader should know. The words of wisdom come from high school and middle school students participating in the American Diversity Report Youth Global Leadership Class. Enjoy their  timeless advice and then read what leadership experts said about preparing the upcoming generation of leaders.

To Kneel or Not to Kneel? – by Terry Howard

“The Robert E. Lee High School Fighting Leeman!” There’s a cultural tug of war raging across the nation and it has seeped down into “small town USA,” my little hometown in Virginia notwithstanding. And seemingly there’s no end in sight. On one side the argument is to remove the name of Robert E. Lee, a … Continue reading To Kneel or Not to Kneel? – by Terry Howard