This week on Mad Men we get another look at how the SCDP extended family deals with national tragedy when it affects their own lives.
Recently, one of my clients told me that one of the reasons why she was fighting for gay marriage rights in her state was that she wanted to be “on the right side of history.” She hopes that someday gay marriage will be so non-controversial that years from now she’ll have grandchildren that won’t be […]
It’s Doctor King’s holiday in the U.S., and one of the few national opportunities we have to publicly recognize and reflect upon the contributions of a Person of Color. For today’s LTP, we’re taking a turn for the serious so put on your thinking caps and sharpen your #2 pencils.
Good afternoon, readers! I hope all our US readers are making the most of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s holiday, and that many of you work for employers who recognize the day. Sadly, I know many employers don’t. For today’s lunchtime poll, we’re asking you to reflect on what you can do in your life […]
“¦and to all those who worked, sacrificed, and died before 1964, the year the Civil Rights Act was legislated. Growing up as a nerd in training under the tutelage of quasi Tiger parenting I did not think about history or politics. Politics is a dirty subject in my family due to the rancorous history of […]