How Moonlight Changed The Game For LGBT Movies

For years now, film fans have grown used to the idea of LGBT representation at the Oscars. It’s typical for the Academy to highlight issues (such as LGBT rights) that are viewed as being progressive, even if there have been some problems regarding the Oscars’ lack of diversity over the years. But while those in […]

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January Feature: Gina Humber

Gina I. Humber is a national speaker on diversity and education, a NYC teacher and an accomplished author. She graduated from City College of New York, where she earned her master’s degree in Special Education and a minor in African American History. Gina has self published It’s All Good- A children’s book that helps buildGood […]

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Coming Up in January: Gina Humber

Gina I. Humber is a national speaker on diversity and education, a NYC teacher and an accomplished author.  She graduated from City College of New York, where she earned her master’s degree in Special Education and a minor in African American History. Gina has self published It’s All Good- A children’s book that helps build self […]

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Diversity In The Workplace

At the helm of 360HR, with over 15 years experience in the Staffing/Recruiting industry, Tonie is a Social-Impact Entrepreneur and Chief Diversity JobMingler. During her own search for employment where she could bring her “entire self” to work, 360HR was founded. Her element is educating clients in understanding diversity is ONLY the first step, inclusion […]

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Support the Independent Gay Press

One would think there would be much more support of the independent gay press since it is the more unfiltered grassroots voice of equality and justice and embraces more fully the diverse range of people in the rainbow tent. It also tends to be more representative of the true essence of the queer community, unlike […]

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Blendoor Soon to Launch

Stephanie Lampkin is the founder & CEO of Blendoor, a mobile job matching app that uses a blind recruiting strategy to circumvent unconscious bias and thus facilitate diversity recruiting in tech companies. With a 13-year career in technology spanning companies like Lockheed, Microsoft, and TripAdvisor, she is all too familiar the difficulties faced when one […]

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If You Could Read My Mind

David-Elijah Nahmod is a film critic and reporter in San Francisco. His articles appear regularly in The Bay Area Reporter and SF Weekly. You can also find him on Facebook and Twitter. David developed Post Traumatic Syndrome Disorder (PTSD) after surviving gay conversion therapy as a child and has found that many in the LGBT […]

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A Lady With Panache

Diversity Rules Magazine welcomes the indomitable Lady Clover Honey as its featured guest interview. Lady Clover Honey has emerged as one of the most versatile, Drag Queen, Television and Comedy personalities! While she is well-known in the New York City area hotspots, she has taken the art of Female Impersonation from Gay nightclubs to mainstream […]

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