Professional sports is not limited to its entertainment value. Rather, games like basketball can serve as an interesting study of cultural expectations of gender. With this in mind, we look at why the “granny shot” is widely viewed as an undesirable free-throw technique despite its higher success rates.
As a teaser for our Intersectionality Resource Guide, we explain why adopting a DEI strategy for women that only focuses on their gender doesn’t work to improve the lives of all women in your organization. Find out why and sign up to receive a FREE copy of our Guide.
You’ve committed to improving diversity, equity, and inclusion for women in your workplace. Great! What’s next? In this post, we discuss some common misconceptions about women’s initiatives in the workplace so you can build more effective systems.
In our first ever interview, we were excited to speak with Skawennati, an artist based in Montreal, QC, about her perspective as an indigenous creator at the convergence of art and tech.
As a teaser for our upcoming Inclusive Social Guide, we go through a few quick tips on how you and your organization can make your emoji use more inclusive.
Canada Day is a day for celebrating our great country. But too much of this holiday centres only on the palatable parts of our history, ignoring what is egregious about our nation or what is even reality. Instead, we can use this as an opportunity for education about Indigenous culture and struggles.
At it’s best, the tech world is a place of limitless ambition and unabashed idealism. At its worst, the dark side of tech reveals a disturbing link between entrepreneurship and mental illness.
While the Raptors’ historic championship win ends this year’s thrilling series, the conversation surrounding equity in sports is certainly far from over.
Now that the Toronto Raptors have the whole country’s attention, more people than ever are discussing the workings of the NBA. This led us to ponder: what would a more objective officiating system mean for the league, and more importantly, for our favourite players?
“Feeling confident in the way we present ourselves is a big part of that. Why isn’t there a hair styling tool that I can trust not to clatter out of my hands and risk burning me? Why isn’t there a line of styling tools designed to meet the needs of people with disabilities?”