Men Who Lead (Other Men)

What are men doing to support and lead each other to make for a more welcoming work environment for women (and others)? Men who are good leaders do not need to look at inclusion efforts as being only upon their own shoulders, but rather something to invite others to. Pointing out equity issues in the…

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Waking Up To My Privilege

Because I am white and male and American born, I am immune from suspicion. If you practice freedom of speech in this country as a white man people may listen, or they may not, but you can feel safe to do so without being suspected as a terrorist. If you are black or brown-skinned, Middle…

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Stranger In A Strange Land

David Brooks’ January 13 New York Times Op Ed, “The Leadership Revival,” offers three suggestions for improved leadership in public life. I was particularly drawn to his second suggestion: “Take a reality bath. Go off and become a stranger in a strange land.” The piece got me thinking more deeply about MARC and our work…

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The Blind Spot

Working on improving gender issues is not merely just focusing on women’s rights. It is improving you as an individual as well. It is looking at yourself, and paying attention to where you stand when it comes to the rights of all genders and sexual orientations. If you are a man, are you an ally…

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