BIPOC Founders’ want to hear this – New BIPOC Venture fund in Canada

Diversity & Inclusion News: BIPOC

These Three Brothers Are Raising Canada’s Largest Venture Fund For BIPOC Founders

BIPOC entrepreneurs often encounter challenges around getting financing for their businesses. See what these 3 brothers: Shamier Anderson (Canadian actor), Sheldon James (Canadian military veteran) and Stephan James (Canadian actor) are doing for BIPOC entrepreneurs.

Knowledge Reminder: Where did BIPOC come from?

Being Black on campus: Why students, staff and faculty say universities are failing them

What is racial discrimination?

Jordan Afolabi, a law student at the University of Windsor, shares his personal experience of anti-Black racism on campus.

The Toronto District School Board (TDSB) is Canada’s largest and most culturally diverse school boards. The Human Rights Office examined incidents reported between 2018 and 2020 and discovered a serious racism problem.

See how 3 Canadians are fighting anti-Black racism in education here.

Predominantly white colleges tackle racism, diversity, equity and inclusion

Diversity is growing on the national level around the globe.

Discover Diversity stats in the United States, Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand.

Hate crimes up 97% overall in Vancouver last year, anti-Asian hate crimes up 717%.

Research shows Diversity is a powerful tool to bring positive outcomes in school and in life. Here is how predominantly white colleges tackle racism, diversity, equity and inclusion.

Here are 45 Ways to Donate in Support of Asian Communities.

Here are the best strategies for Leaders to manage a Diversity & Racism Crisis.

University of Southern California (USC) announces its first Chief Inclusion and Diversity Officer

Christopher Manning is USC’s first Chief Inclusion and Diversity Officer. Manning was an assistant and an associate provost for academic diversity at Loyola University Chicago before joining USC.

Diversity on Wall Street

Vanguard CIO, Greg Davis, talks about diversity on Wall Street — ‘We have more work’.

Here are some mind-blowing facts about Wall Street.

Stop Talking About Diversity Only During Black History Month

Congratulations to organizations that took initiatives and actions to celebrate Black History Month last month!

One should be aware of Anti-Black racism not only once a year in the month of February but also every day in our interactions within the society. Forbes explains why.

Here is one ally’s perspective at Microsoft.

Tips from Mercer: 5 steps to moving your DEI strategy forward.

Diversity & Cultural Celebration Dates This Week

  • March 25: International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade
  • March 27: Passover begins [From how to host online to how to make a digital Haggadah. Happy Passover!]
  • March 28: Holi
  • March 28: Palm Sunday

Learn more about the background of these dates and how to celebrate in our Diversity & Cultural Calendar.

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Jess Man

Jessica is the Editor-in-Chief and Senior Diversity Advisor at Diversity Social. Jessica has over 10 years of working with and advising employers to be more diverse and create an inclusive working environment.
Jessica's experience spans private and non-profit sectors in multiple industries.
Jessica's expertise experience is beyond Diversity & Inclusion, she is also a certified professional IT recruiter in Data & Analytics, Database administration, Artificial Intelligence area.

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