Why Are People Quitting? Burnout’s Just the Tip of the Iceberg | Inc.com

As the world struggles with a virus that continues to adapt, business leaders are navigating an equally complicated and evolving workplace. The conversation has shifted from remote work to hybrid work. Health isn’t just about physical ailments but also emotional and psychological ones. Perhaps more than anything, people want stability–and, increasingly, they’re leaving their jobs behind to find it….

Kimberlé Crenshaw on Teaching the Truth about Race in America

Lawmakers, parents, think tanks, and conservative pundits have waged a war over how to teach students about systemic racism. As of this recording, 27 state legislatures and 165 national and local organizations have made efforts to restrict education on racism. As a result, school board members have been ousted, and some educators have resigned over…

Feds Deliberately Targeted BLM Protesters To Disrupt The Movement, A Report Says

Movement leaders and experts said the prosecution of protesters over the past year continues a century-long practice by the federal government, rooted in structural racism, to suppress Black social movements via the use of surveillance tactics and other mechanisms, NPR reports. “The empirical data and findings in this report largely corroborate what Black organizers have…

This Tribe Works to Reclaim its History, one Jet-Boat Cruise at a Time

For years, the tribe has watched as tour operators have built a $4 million riverboat business through its ancestral lands, according to the Idaho Statesman. But Stacia Morfin is forcing the tourism industry to take the Nez Perce into account — and is rewriting her own story, too. This 36-year-old entrepreneur, who once spent three…

How ‘Race-Norming’ was Built into the NFL Concussion Settlement

How ‘race-norming’ was built into CHANDLER, Ariz. — At first glance, Rick Cunningham looksalmost as formidable at 54 as he did during his playing days, according to the Washington Post. As the 6-foot-7, 270-pound former offensive tackle led a visitor into his home recently, the only visible sign that eight seasons in the National Football…

Shoshone-Bannock Woman Instrumental in Removal of Sacajawea Statue in Virginia

The statue, installed in 1919, shows 19th century explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark with Sacajawea, who is kneeling beside the two white men. Historians say Sacajawea is depicted tracking, but critics of the statue have said she appears to be cowering and crouching timidly, the Idaho State Journal Reports. Abrahamson has called the depiction…