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2021 Multicultural & Diversity Calendar

2021 Multicultural & Diversity Calendar

Following a tumultuous 2020, the 2021 multicultural and diversity calendar has increased significance for understanding and celebrating diversity in the United States. There are dates to celebrate specific dates of importance to multicultural communities as well as month long celebrations of cultural heritage that are important for diverse audiences as well as companies who pride themselves on diversity and inclusiveness.

2020 Elections: Race & Ethnicity Will Make a Difference

2020 Elections: Race & Ethnicity Will Make a Difference

The U.S. Population and therefore the electorate are always changing. For politicians and their consultants, understanding the voters as well as finding new ways to reach them is important.
On a local level, racial & ethnic groups can be the majority in certain areas and as we move from local to state to national levels the impact may be different.

Native American Military Traditions

Native American Military Traditions

The U.S. Military actively recruits across multicultural segments and as such is a very diverse organization.  In looking at the diversity within the military, one group that stands out is that of Native Americans and their military tradition.

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2022 Multicultural & Diversity Events Calendar

2022 Multicultural & Diversity Events Calendar

Following a tumultuous couple of years the 2022 multicultural and diversity calendar has increased significance for understanding and celebrating diversity in the United States. There are dates to celebrate specific dates of importance to multicultural communities as well as month long celebrations of cultural heritage that are important for diverse audiences as well as companies who pride themselves on diversity and inclusiveness.

How Minority-Owned Businesses Can Drive the COVID-19 Recovery

How Minority-Owned Businesses Can Drive the COVID-19 Recovery

Black and Hispanic business owners can also take advantage of resources and networking opportunities through national organizations like SCORE, the Small Business Administration, and Small Business Development Centers.

While the past year has been challenging for Black and Hispanic business owners in the U.S., there has never been a better time to be a minority business owner