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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Pride Month Values Matter - Where you at, AT&T?

In the newest episode of Crazy and the King, Julie and Torin talk about corporate values during Pride. Is it okay when companies like AT&T throw up a Pride Logo (even promote it on Twitter), but then support anti-LGBTQ politicians with big dollars? Julie wants all of these companies know - you live your values or they aren't your values....and there is a special reason why it matters to her- her son, Tristen, is gay and she wants the world to know YOUR ACTIONS ARE YOUR VALUES. PREPARE YOURSELF FOR CRAZY AND THE KING!

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