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Share| Author, Speaker Susan Klopfer INVITE AUTHOR SUSAN KLOPFER to speak on — 2015: 60th Anniversary of the Murder of  Emmett Till? Who Was This Young Man, and Why Are We Still Talking About Him Today? Are There Legitimate Comparisons to Recent Shootings of Young Black Males, and the 1955 Murder of Emmett Till (The Answer […]

Diversity and Inclusion on a Budget – Ebook


With today’s top diversity story focusing on a small community college getting headlines over a “no white people allowed” social event, I was happy to run into this book, Diversity and Inclusion on a Budget. Some people still aren’t getting it about diversity (the school’s diversity officer came up with the idea of the exclusive […]

Why ethics and diversity matter: The case of Trayvon Martin coverage | Poynter.

This is a good article on the problems faced by mostly white media — it is dying through lack of diversity, as it should. No organization can remain un-diversified and survive. Business knows this, and the U.S. Supreme Court hears its message (something I find particularly interesting, coming from this conservative group). Any way… Take […]

Kellogg Named One of ’40 Best Companies’ for Diversity

PRESS RELEASE July 11, 2012, 1:00 p.m. EDT Kellogg Company Honored as One of “40 Best Companies for Diversity” in 2012 by Black Enterprise Magazine BATTLE CREEK, Mich., July 11, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Kellogg Company has once again been named one of the “40 Best Companies for Diversity” in 2012 by Black Enterprise […]

What does retirement have to do with civil rights? diversity? social justice?

A quick note to readers of the Emmett Till blog — You are invited to drop by my newest blog, The Retirement Monologues at, where I am focusing on the latest retirement issues that face many of us as we march on through life. Not financial planning (everyone else worries about that), but fun stuff […]

Too Few Black CPAs, Says Howard University Professor (Who Offers Solutions)

Listen to Frank Ross, CPA: Most of the accounting profession recognizes the importance of attracting more Blacks to the field and helping them pass the CPA exam. Few, unfortunately, have a good track record in getting results. In 2002 and 2010, Blacks hired by CPA firms accounted for only 3 percent and 4 percent, respectively. […]

Diversity in the Workplace: must you understand others to understand yourself? To get along with Others? It helps, says the author of ‘Seven Steps for Defeating Bias in the Workplace’

What can we say about Americans, and how we are alike? Not much, except that … we hold a fondness for ice water!—–Cash In On Diversity – 99Cents eBook (all formats) CLICK HERE—–Leave it to fun-loving Mark Twain. This delightful spokesperson for the 19th century American popular culture, really did once say that ice water […]

When workplace diversity becomes a fraud; don’t let the PR photos fool you


Employees at the “XYZ” Company, where diversity reigns(?) Now come on. Do you really believe that many (most?) large organizations are as “diverse” as they appear in their advertising and public relations venues? I am talking about that photograph of “casually” posed black and white females and males, all wearing elegant suits with their arms […]

Diversity Briefings Newsletter, Nov. 18, 2010

Welcome to Diversity Briefings: 11/18/2010 Volume 1, Issue 21. Published Each Monday – Friday Welcome back to Diversity Briefings Today’s issue is really brief. My apologies. We will be back in full force tomorrow. Susan Klopfer, editor and publisher You can subscribe to Diversity Briefings here Enter your email address: Delivered by FeedBurner —– —– […]


Welcome to Diversity Briefings: 11/17/2010 Volume 1, Issue 20. Published Each Monday – Friday Welcome back to Diversity Briefings I hope you are enjoying each issue of this newsletter. Please feel free to resend this Diversity newsletter on to friends and colleagues. If you would like to subscribe to receive daily updates, the form for […]