Diversity consultant. Equity coach. Anti-racism educator. These are are a few terms for entrepreneurs who make their living tackling loaded subjects like race and discrimination. It’s an inexact science with different approaches.
Westport, Connecticut is 97 percent white. But the town has a relatively unknown diversity council -- a group of volunteers who try to promote racial and multicultural awareness. The council made national news for a high school essay contest this month, sparking local controversy. The topic? White privilege.
As the temperature drops, food delivery apps like GrubHub, Seamless and Yelp Eat24 make it easy to stay indoors. But data shows that New Yorkers are stingier when it comes to tipping the people who go out so you don’t have to. Emily Dugdale has the story.
A record number of U.S. Latinos are eligible to vote this year — and polls indicate they will overwhelmingly vote for Hillary Clinton. But a recent national study shows more millennial Latinos see a vote for Clinton as a vote against Donald Trump than an endorsement of her leadership.
Telling stories is one of the oldest traditions in the world. But in New York City, a population with almost three million Latinos, public storytelling in both Spanish and English isn’t offered everywhere.