Yiyalin Rodriguez of the indigenous Ngäbe tribe found a more equal future beyond parenthood and domesticity by playing football.
How do women in Muhuru Bay overcome societal bias, health risks, and poverty to access education and opportunity?
We spoke with Sharyn Tejani, Director, TIME’s UP Legal Defense Fund, about how sexual harassment impacts women’s efforts to increase equity.
Firmware engineer Connor Reed, who embraces diversity in his approach to tech and life, found community at Lenovo.
English-born, Bahrain-based Equal Playing Field player, coach and two-time Guinness World Record holder Deena Rahman has traveled far and wide thanks to the beautiful game.
Part of creating inclusive work spaces means first recognizing that everyone has a story—a story that starts at the intersection of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, disability, and more.
Lily Zheng has seen what happens when companies decouple diversity and inclusion. She describes it as the disconnect between positive intentions and positive impact.
We sat down with Haben Girma, the first deafblind graduate of Harvard Law, who advocates for equal opportunities for people with disabilities.