Hub Week sessions on diversity and corporate activism

This week is Hub Week, a weeklong celebration with conference sessions, demos, cultural events and social gatherings, hosted by Harvard, MIT, the Boston Globe and TK. Today, I attended some Hub Week conference sessions that were particularly interesting to me. One session was on inclusion — I was struck by how the speakers together agreed that Asian-Americans didn’t need support from diversity and inclusion programs. Shame on them. A second session was much more interesting, on corporate activism. It gave same interesting perspectives at a general shift toward corporations taking more pointed stances on issues of social and environmental relevance.

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