Thought Leadership

Black History Month

February 23, 2020 | Steffon Issac

As of 2021 Black History Month has been celebrated 45x since being institutionalized by President Gerald Ford in 1976. To put that into perspective, we’ve reflected on black history for about 4 years of America's 402 year history. Said differently, America has spent less than 1% of its collective consciousness thinking about the contributions of black people.

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How to be an Ally

August 11, 2020 | Steffon Issac

Allyship is not anonymous and requires the sustained contribution of your social capital. Allyship also begins when you would rather dismantle the system than benefit from its privilege.

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What Games Tell Us About Who We Are

July 27, 2020 | Steffon Issac

In the game of life who we are and who we want to be is is told through winning, while the story of who we are not, is told through losing. But what if the game is rigged?

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Seeing Diversity & Inclusion In New Light

July 23, 2020 | Steffon Issac

Racism is an unresolved moral conflict and the water we all swim in. While corporate walls are porous soaking up our beliefs, our attitudes, and our biases.

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Unconscious Bias, The Problem You Don't Know

July 20, 2020 | Steffon Issac

Unconscious bias is the problem companies don't know they have. In its most devastating form it sits just below the surface beneath a thin veneer of friendliness.

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Who Are We

July 16, 2020 | Steffon Issac

Race and identity was at the heart of America's founding and may very well be the catalyst of its undoing. CLU creates multi-player card & board games designed to surface unconscious bias.

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The Business Rationale for Diversity

June 23, 2020 | Steffon Issac

The business rationale for diversity goes far beyond altuism. Identity diversity contributes to cognitive diversity.

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Reading, An Exercise in Empathy and Grief

June 15, 2020 | Steffon Issac

One of the cornerstones of social injustice is the unequal distribution of access.

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