Top 15 Cultural Diversity Topics
The Diversity Officer Magazine Editor’s list of Top 15 Diversity Topics of 2015 includes selections that collectively have had the most impactful on society and corporate interests. The editor determines the list each year based on 30 years of experience as a cultural cognitive psychologist, expertise in training diversity professionals, and experience as a consultant. He stays on top of current cultural diversity issues and news to serve my clients well and for continuous learning.
Also, see “The Top Ten Diversity Topics of 2017“
The goal is to provide you, as the audience, with a set of provocative topics for training and presentations. Feel free to use them. The list is not exhaustive, but the line wasÂ drawn to make things manageable. What is missing fromÂ the list? Comment below.
Here is the editor’s list and in no particular ranking order (Click on the topics for links to articles):
|Google Comes Out of the Closet|
|Civilian Video Recordings Heightens Scrutiny of Police Shootings|
|Islamophobia Rises in the West|
|Higher Consumer Pricing for Women: ‘Pink Taxâ€|
|Black Friday Protests Successfully Pressure Walmart to Increase Minimum Wage|
|Unconscious Bias Training Becomes a fad.|
|Multiculturalism under attack in western societies.|
|Income Disparity Between White and Black Americans Widens|
|American University Students Protest Language That Symbolizes Micro-Inequities on Campus.|
|Kim Davis, Kentucky’s court clerk, jailed for refusing to sign marriage certificates to gay Americans.|
|High Tech companies implement The Rooney Rule recruitment plan to increase diversity.|
|The term “intersectionality” gained prominence to explain the complexity of being poor, white American and ‘privilegedâ€.|
|Civility in the Workplace Decreases in Reaction to ‘Political Correctnessâ€.|
[dropcap]T[/dropcap]raining and teaching tips: These are attention grabbers. Use the list as a training or presentation resource. Make certain that you use one or more items that bring the main points of your presentation to life.
Billy Vaughn, Ph.D. CDP, Editor-in-Chief, Diversity Officer Magazine. Click on the link toÂ learn more about Dr. Billy.