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Uber and the Ethics of Sharing: Exploring the Societal Promises and Responsibilities of the Sharing Economy
INSEAD: Erin McCormick
Is the sharing economy a path to workplace democratization or a way to pass the buck when it comes to accountability?
Your Uncle Said What? How to Talk About Social Justice With Your Family During the Holidays
Yes! Magazine: Wyatt Massey
From the dinner table to the classroom to the office, what are the best strategies for navigating difficult conversations?
Moving Sustainability from Thought to Action
Network for Business Sustainability: Sandra Waddock
What stories do we tell - or could we tell - in our classrooms?
BUSINESS & GOVERNMENT
As Native Americans Face Job Discrimination, A Tribe Works To Employ Its Own
NPR: Graham Lee Brewer
When does blazing a new path make more sense than working inside a rigged system?
Yes, You Have Implicit Biases, Too
The Chronicle of Higher Education: David Gooblar
How can teachers challenge bias, in the classroom and in themselves?
Men, Gather Round: This NFL Player Turned Feminist Will Teach You How to Fight Sexism
Quartz: Leah Fessler
When challenging preconceptions around gender issues, what's the best approach for making real change?
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