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Equity by Minal Bopaiah
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Sep 07, 2021 | ISBN 9781523090259

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“Minal Bopaiah’s book is a succinct jewel. Anyone who wants to better understand inclusion, diversity, and equity, as well as paths toward reaching these goals organizationally—and personally—would benefit from reading it. My thinking has been broadened by reading it, and I know I’ll refer to it many times in the future.”
—Jody Williams, Nobel Peace Prize laureate
“Do you wish your organization was more equitable? Well, stop wishing and start designing! Equity is a guidebook for change. It’s a fast and engaging read loaded with practical guidance, and it’s a must-read for leaders who want to create conditions in which everyone can flourish.”
—Dan Heath, coauthor of Switch and author of Upstream

“Though this book is short, it’s dense; it’s meant to be studied, dog-eared, and shared throughout your organization. Just the glossary alone, with a three-page list of the most crucial concepts addressed in the book, will be enough to keep readers going back to this book regularly as a reference guide. Those looking for a way into the immense change that seeking equity requires would do well to look at this book as an elegantly written skeleton key.”
Philanthropy News Digest

“Equity: How to Design Organizations Where Everyone Thrives lives up to its title as a practical-minded guide to improving diversity, equity, and inclusion within one’s organization. Chapters address how leadership can engage more effectively, the role of media and marketing in creating equity, countering bias in entrenched systems, and much more.”
—Midwest Book Review
“Minal’s blending of design and diversity offers a unique way of understanding both. She combines real-world experience with relevant research to deliver a thoughtful, accessible, and engaging IDEA for meaningful change.”
—Keith Woods, Chief Diversity Officer, NPR
“Minal Bopaiah has woven accessibility throughout her discussion of diversity, equity, and inclusion, highlighting its importance to leaders who want to be resilient in a volatile and uncertain world. I highly recommend this book for any organization seeking to be an employer of choice for people with diverse abilities.”
—Bonnie St. John, bestselling author, Paralympian, and Fortune 500 leadership expert

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