The RACE No One Is Winning

By Elizabeth Williams-Riley When you peel back the onion on the national and global dialog surrounding race after the George Zimmerman verdict, you discover that everyone suffers. Whites suffer. People of color suffer. Our nation suffers. We still struggle to live out our creed. Although the issue of race will show up in different ways…

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Educator Spotlight: Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Dr. Khyati Joshi

  Dr. Khyati Y. Joshi’s life as a social-justice educator has come full circle in numerous ways. After immigrating from India as a young child, she spent her first night in the United States in Bergen County, NJ. Fast-forward to adulthood, and this summer, the Fairleigh Dickinson University Associate Professor of Education wrapped up the…

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American Conference on Diversity CEO Recognized by South Asian Business Alliance Network

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New Brunswick, NJ – The American Conference on Diversity President and CEO Elizabeth Williams-Riley was awarded the prestigious South Asian Business Alliance Network (SABAN) “Chairman’s Award” at the 7th Annual seminar, showcase, and awards gala on June 28. Hosted by Mrs. ASIA California 2013 Veera Mahajan, the spectacular event drew more than…

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When Prejudice Goes Uninterrupted

By Elizabeth Williams-Riley Since the Trayvon Martin case has become a national and global focus, I have not entered a single boardroom where the circumstances of his death have not significantly impacted someone’s life beyond the town of Sanford, FL. After Trayvon’s fatal shooting by George Zimmerman on February 26, 2012, the airwaves were filled…

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