This essay is the second in a two-part series on the troubling increase in anti-trans laws being introduced and passed across the country. Read Part 1 here. Civil rights leader Fannie Lou Hamer spoke a profound truth in her speech to the National Women’s Political Caucus in Washington in 1971…
This is Part 1 of a two-part series examining the current state of trans rights and how it impacts our work and society at large. In a troubling turn of events, a wave of fear-based legislation is sweeping across the United States, targeting and endangering the rights of the transgender.
Research and innovation hold the potential to drive societal progress and create a better world. The tech industry’s documented barriers to access and equity for marginalized people — particularly those who identify as women, trans, nonbinary, Black, Latina/e, Indigenous, and/or people of color — hinder their progress and limit their.
Leslie Lynn Smith, Forbes Council Member This piece was originally published as a Forbes Technology Council, Member Post Virtually
Much of our work here at GET Cities relies heavily upon the use of identity-based labels. In fact, those labels are stated clearly in our mission statement — we aim to accelerate the representation and leadership of women, trans, and non-binary
Any entrepreneur can tell you that building a business from the ground up is no small feat. Although many people may possess the desire and drive to do the substantial work required to launch a new company,
I have several obligations as an economic development executive in pursuit of belonging, equity, inclusion and justice in our economy. One of them is to tell the truth so we can be working on the right problems in the right ways.
In his attempts to take on so-called “corporate wholeness,” Florida Governor Ron DeSantis recently signed into law the Individual Freedom Bill which officially goes into effect today despite ongoing court challenges.