2020 Was A Milestone Year For Inclusion And Diversity


No doubt, today is an historic day. Regardless of what side of the aisle you might be on, this day is traditionally one of hope and promise in the United States–and with the inauguration of the nation's first black, female and Indian Vice President, this year's ceremonies are especially notable.

Even aside from this milestone, we have a great deal to be hopeful about. As much as it has been vilified as the "worst year ever," 2020 was actually a breakthrough year for one of the most pressing complex of issues facing America: diversity and inclusion.

From NASCAR to Bumble, companies took real steps last year to address their positions on racial justice and inclusion for all people. Some have donated millions of dollars to support these causes, and even reimagined their boards to be more inclusive. On this momentous day, Inc. highlighted just a few of the promising things we saw in 2020–and you can check out their article here.


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