How Minority-Owned Businesses Attract Fortune 500 ContractsTitanium Worldwide Founder Robyn Streisand explains why minority-owned businesses offer strategies as diverse as the communities they reach.
Oscar Nominations Hold Much Diversity Compared To Last YearCBS 2’s Jim Williams has more on how this year’s nominations are an inspiration to local actors.
Now Hiring: 4 Tips For Attracting Female Applicants And Increasing Balanced Leadership Within Your BusinessFlashFunders Director of Marketing & Brand Strategy Meaghan Carlson shares best practices for retaining and hiring talented female candidates.
Desmond Clark, School Join Sides To Promote DiversityClark said he and his wife met Tuesday night with school administrators and the District 128 school board, and while Clark refused give details, he said the two sides have agreed to work together to provide better diversity education.
Chicago Is The Most Segregated City In America: AnalysisChicago is the most segregated city in the United States, while also being one of the most diverse, according to a new analysis of U.S. Census Data.
Experts Urge Focus On Diversity When Replacing Trees Lost To Ash BorerThe emerald ash borer has done a lot of damage in the Chicago area. Approximately 13 million trees have been removed due to infestations of the notorious beetle.
Aldermen Want Companies Doing Bond Business With City To Disclose Workforce Diversity Chicago Aldermen are recommending passage of a requirement to force companies doing bonds business with the City to disclose the diversity of their work forces, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
CPS Officials Defend Diversity Of Selective-Enrollment High SchoolsAldermen grilled Chicago Public Schools officials on Tuesday about declining minority enrollment at some of the most renowned selective-enrollment schools in the city.
Growing Diversity Shaping Schools Across Fox ValleyThe student body scurrying through crowded hallways during passing periods at Oswego’s two high schools does not look the same as it did 20 years ago.
Expert Warns Ash Trees Could Be Wiped Into Oblivion, Maples Could FollowHomeowners are being told to diversify – not just by financial planners – but by a biologist who is concerned that maples could one day follow ash and American elm trees into oblivion.