As U.S. LGBTQ community members await the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court on three key cases that involve workplace discrimination, studies have been ongoing to depict the actual experience of those employed by Corporate America, as well as smaller ventures.
“Race: We Are So Different?” opens at the Carolina Museum of Natural Science, iNSIDEoUT! is having its annual Gaiety and Banquet, Burning Coal Theatre is holding auditions, ReachOUT has installed new officers and Crape Myrtle Festival is seeking hosts.
Those who follow conversations about social justice and societal prejudice have probably come across the term “intersectionality” at some point. It’s an academic term, referring to the way different types of disadvantage combine within individuals or groups.