The ever-evolving scope of diversity has sparked the conversation of inclusion and systematic inequalities when it pertains to cultural diversity barriers. The concept of justice, equity, diversity and inclusion (J.E.D.I.) has emerged, helping people band together to change policies that affect underrepresented individuals.
While corporate leaders have identified the need to create a more inclusive workplace, due to the lack of resources and accessibility people experience, a more concerted effort towards the pledge for change needs to occur in order for true inclusion to arise.
For(bes) The Culture spoke with several leaders of color to address what changes are needed to dismantle systemic constructs surrounding racial and economic injustice.