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Ellen McGirt

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Past articles by ellen:

Paypal's Dan Schulman: Leaders have a moral obligation to address racism

Addressing the racial wealth gap, calling out stereotypes and studying ethnography → Read More

Employers: Get serious about hiring talent of color

George Floyd's murderer is sentenced, Black campus police sue white colleagues for racial harassment, and Tik Tok loses its competitive advantage → Read More

If you want an inclusive culture, everyone must go to school

A look at inclusive leadership training efforts, the Indian American experience, and mixed reviews for 'In The Heights' → Read More

The third wave of COVID infections in Africa, the origins of racial inequality in the U.S, and remembering Kalief Browder

The third wave of COVID infections in Africa, the origins of racial inequality in the U.S, and remembering Kalief Browder → Read More

Turning a microaggression into a teachable moment

Black women running for office, the godmother of grunge music, and why we need to diversify the real estate industry → Read More

The slow evolution of the Fortune 500

The 2021 Fortune 500 list, a history of housing challenges for Black athletes, and the tale of Africville → Read More

Who would we be if we had never 'forgotten' the Tulsa Race Massacre?

The aftermath of the Tulsa Race Massacre, Oklahoma's last all-Black towns, and PayPal's latest investment → Read More

100 years after the Tulsa massacre, Black Wall Street’s legacy of entrepreneurship continues

This year marks the centennial anniversary of the deadly assault on the homes, businesses, and bodies of the Black people who lived and prospered in a 35-block, segregated section of North Tulsa, Oklahoma. → Read More

The day that ‘Real Talk’ showed up

George Floyd, making the workspace safe for grief, and a world with more Black doctors → Read More

When we see someone in distress, will we ignore it?

The anniversary of the MOVE bombing in Philadelphia, mask mandates, and the AI-fueled future for Black and Latino workers → Read More

The new Hate Crimes Act won’t go far enough

Reflecting on the root causes of violence, age discrimination and reclaiming lost language. → Read More

Whose bodies do we see?

The anniversary of the MOVE bombing in Philadelphia, mask mandates, and the AI-fueled future for Black and Latino workers → Read More

Gender diversity in journalism and integration everywhere

Women in news, diversity at the Golden Globes and the racist history of prom. → Read More

Articles by Ellen McGirt

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On circumventing systemic biases

Black students thriving in lockdown, guerrilla education in NYC, and U.S. acknowledgement of the Armenian Genocide → Read More

Inclusion in an age of radical collaboration

Former Pennsylvania senator, failed presidential candidate, and current CNN commentator Rick Santorum did the people of the United States a service this week by reminding us of our roots. → Read More

Corporate America: Don't be late to the barbecue

A new report has devastating statistics on the state of Black women in corporate America. → Read More

We need to go back to school

Former Pennsylvania senator, failed presidential candidate, and current CNN commentator Rick Santorum did the people of the United States a service this week by reminding us of our roots. → Read More

Big tech’s algorithms are not color blind

A new report from Lean In has devastating statistics on the state of Black women in corporate America. → Read More

The real problem with policing

Derek Chauvin was convicted of murder. The work continues. → Read More