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(Reuters)   New study shows corporate board diversity is lagging, their efforts are indeed mostly token   (reuters.com) divider line
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2020-09-21 2:53:41 PM  
Corporate boards are a fine example of people who imagine themselves to be exceptionally talented and therefore rare. They seldom think others are worthy of the job to begin with and that's before you get into any prejudice.
 
2020-09-21 3:46:31 PM  
I'd just once like to meet a diversity office person who is white.
Just once.
Someone with a PHmotherfatkingDegree in ethnic studies.
A white dude, with a degree in social work.

who got the job because he was qualified for it.

A regular Larry Bird of the office world.
might be a bad example, I dont' really follow sports.
 
2020-09-21 4:30:24 PM  

vudukungfu: I'd just once like to meet a diversity office person who is white.
Just once.
Someone with a PHmotherfatkingDegree in ethnic studies.
A white dude, with a degree in social work.

who got the job because he was qualified for it.

A regular Larry Bird of the office world.
might be a bad example, I dont' really follow sports.


There aren't too many white male who even go after such degrees. It's probably not their passion, as it would be for some others who belong to certain races that have been, and continue to be, marginalized.
 
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