Destroying the Diversity & Inclusion Narrative

Julie and Torin are serious about destroying the lame, losing and punitive Diversity and Inclusion narrative while chasing a narrative of ambition and freedom to explore.

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Teacher Assault, EEOC's Empty, Paramount's Pledge and Google Gives

In the latest episode of Crazy and The King, Torin and Julie bring several stories exposing systemic and overt racist behavior impacting our students including a teacher arrested for assaulting for beating a 9-year-old in Chicago. We also learned this week, the EEOC is unable to move forward on key policies, directives, and charge filing because the commission of 5 is down to 2 with no resolution in sight. Finally, a quick look at Paramount's new "enhanced diversity" requirements and Google's employees ending mandatory arbitration for almost everyone at Google. Prepare yourself for Crazy and the King!

Episode 4 Links: When Black Students Are Beaten by Black Educators EEOC Loses; Openly Gay Commissioner Paramount Unveils Diversity; Initiative Workers Organize to Make Big Change at Google:

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