By Andrés T. Tapia
(The views expressed here are mine alone)
Introduction to the What Now? Series
For the myriad of people committed to affirming a diverse society through nurturing inclusive environments and policies, the election of Donald Trump has been devastating.
While post mortems are key to lessons learned about the missed chances, the urgency is to regroup [...]
by Andrés T. Tapia and Kevin Cashman
The 2016 USA Election results are now the latest sociocultural political convulsion we have been buffeted by on top of terrorist attacks, superstorms, financial market meltdowns.
The politicians and the activists will be battling out the polarizations in the next few years. But while that happens in Congress, the courts, [...]
They have $1.3 trillion in purchasing power in the United States, more than the entire GDP of Mexico. They are projected to account for more than half of first-time home buyers in the US between 2010 and 2020. And they are becoming a force in the car market, accounting for one in four Toyota Corollas [...]
Employment quotas for people with disabilities present challenges; the inaccessibility, unaccommodating employers, and lack of opportunity contribute to marginalization.