Diversity Diva columnist Michelle T. Johnson writes: As we look at a year almost over, we usually look at the forks in the road to determine what different routes we could have taken. When looking at national events, and thinking about diversity lessons to learn, there usually are many significant opportunities. A few observations and suggestions based on how 2014 presented itself.
Diversity Diva columnist Michelle T. Johnson writes: As we look at a year almost over, we usually look at the forks in the road to determine what different routes we could have taken. When looking at national events, and thinking about diversity lessons to learn, there usually are many significant opportunities. A few observations and suggestions based on how 2014 presented itself. File illustration by Chris Ware Lexington Herald-Leader
Diversity Diva columnist Michelle T. Johnson writes: As we look at a year almost over, we usually look at the forks in the road to determine what different routes we could have taken. When looking at national events, and thinking about diversity lessons to learn, there usually are many significant opportunities. A few observations and suggestions based on how 2014 presented itself. File illustration by Chris Ware Lexington Herald-Leader

The passing year provided many lessons about diversity

December 29, 2014 7:21 PM

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