Baltimore school tutor charged with child abuse in Trayvon Grayson beating

By Tom McKay, .Mic Authorities have charged a Baltimore school tutor with multiple counts of felony child abuse after allegedly breaking 7-year-old Trayvon Grayson’s jaw and knocking out several of his teeth, CNN reported Wednesday. Baltimore school officials released a statement, according to WBFF, saying they “are working with BCP to cooperate fully in the police investigation … Continue reading »

Baltimore school tutor charged with child abuse in Trayvon Grayson beating

Black Doctor Says Delta Flight Attendant Rejected Her; Sought ‘Actual Physician’

The New York Times By Christine Hauser Dr. Tamika Cross, a black physician at the Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital in Houston, could not immediately come to the phone on Friday. She was busy delivering a baby boy by C-section. So, yes, in case anyone has any doubt, Dr. Cross is an “actual physician.” But the … Continue reading »

Black Doctor Says Delta Flight Attendant Rejected Her; Sought ‘Actual Physician’

Legal profession has the worst gender pay gap in Central Ohio, research finds

Columbus Business First by Carrie Ghose There were 40,000 women-owned businesses in Franklin County in 2012, a 29 percent increase over five years earlier. Those businesses represented 39 percent of all businesses, but just 12 percent of revenue. The 47-page report, available here, goes into detail about how bias – whether conscious or not – enforces … Continue reading »

Legal profession has the worst gender pay gap in Central Ohio, research finds

Cape chief Blair attends policing summit at White House; bias, tech are among topics

By Ben Kleine Southeast Missourian Cape Girardeau police chief Wes Blair’s three take-aways from the briefing were focuses on implicit-bias training, using social media to engage the public and using data for transparency and crime prevention. Cape Girardeau officers receive implicit-bias training annually, Sgt. Adam Glueck said. Implicit bias, whether it’s based on race, socio-economic … Continue reading »

Cape chief Blair attends policing summit at White House; bias, tech are among topics

Feeding truth nourishes society

By Al Heggins Salisbury Post What’s particularly tricky about implicit bias is that these unconscious associations may not align with our espoused beliefs and values. We may espouse “I don’t see color.” We embrace “We’re all just one big family.” We lift up “Hire the best person for the job.” But it’s not quite that … Continue reading »

Feeding truth nourishes society