Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Immigrant Women are Entrepreneurs

Immigrant Women are Entrepreneurs

In this blog post, part of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion series, AILA South Florida DEI chair Tarsila Talarico explains the data showing how important a force immigrant women entrepreneurs are and the resilience and strength they bring to bear as they start businesses and benefit the U.S. economy.

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U.S. Asylum Laws and the People of Haiti

U.S. Asylum Laws and the People of Haiti

AILA Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee member Jamel Connor describes the profoundly unjust situation Haiti and its people face and why this Black History Month she reflects on the country’s history and urges the U.S. to stop turning its back on Haitian immigrants.

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Tackling Inequality – a Human Rights Day Reflection

Tackling Inequality – a Human Rights Day Reflection

In this blog post, part of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee’s blog post series, AILA member Roland Luo shares insights about the importance of International Human Rights Day and what we can each do to give meaning to the universality of human rights.

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Our Nation’s First People

Our Nation’s First People

AILA Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee member Christine Alden reflects on the meaning of Native American Heritage month and urges readers to learn more in order to “help protect and preserve this important culture.”

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