The writers, producers and cast of the play, “Democracy Hypocrisy: The Red, White and Blues of Freedom,” want to make one thing clear – this high-energy, thought-provoking stage production is not about critical race theory. It’s about truth. The premiere is set for 4 p.m. Sunday, June 26th. The Africana Repertory Theatre of IUPUI (A.R.T.I.)… Read more »
Month: June 2022
Celebrating Juneteenth On Campus and Beyond
This Sunday marks a historic holiday. On top of the many reasons to come together and celebrate thanks to Father’s Day, June 19th also observes Juneteenth which commemorates the ending of slavery in the United States. While only recognized officially as a federal holiday in 2021, Juneteenth is considered the oldest national celebration of African… Read more »
Do you need a comprehensive talent strategy to achieve your organizational goals?
Written by Terra Doyle, Integrated Workforce Strategies Practice Lead, Recruiting Americas, Roche Diagnostics Corporation The simple answer is YES. In order to achieve short and long-term company ambitions – it takes people. People with the right skills, mindsets, and behaviors are the difference between organizations that “do ok” and those that operate at the top… Read more »