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Separate but equal Edited

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Back in 1896 the U.S. Supreme Court under skewed judgement made a mistaken determination in PLESSY v.. FERGUSON, 163 U.S. 537, 16 S.Ct. 1138, 41 L.Ed. 256 (May 18, 1896.) "Separate but Equal" was rendered. This was corrected through Brown v. Board of Education, 347 U.S. 483 (1954)  where the Court correctly determined that equality is without any bias or discrimination or it is not Equal. 

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Educating Employers in ALL Types of Diversity Edited

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When people hear about diversity trainings, their minds go straight race discrimination. That is not the case, though. Diversity and implicit bias training are topics that are becoming popular for workplaces. So popular, that a lot of people are starting to think that these trainings are becoming a fad. Diversity is about race, gender, ethnicity, religion, disabilities, socioeconomic, education background, etc. Employers... more »

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Where are you posting job ads? Edited

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Job ads have been historically marketed to only certain sectors of our society - white, educated and tech-savvy individuals. To increase diversity of job applicants, employers should be required to post their jobs on numerous sites including sites that cater to different ethnicities, languages, etc. If you're looking for diverse job applicants, you'll need to share beyond the average job ad platforms.

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