Let's Talk DEI, with Carnegie New Leader Aiysha (AJ) Johnson

Mar 21, 2022

With support from the Robert J. Myers Fund, Carnegie New Leader Aiysha (AJ) Johnson explores the ethics of equality through the new interview series "Let’s Talk DEI."

With support from the Robert J. Myers Fund, Carnegie New Leader Aiysha (AJ) Johnson explores the ethics of equality through the new interview series "Let’s Talk DEI."

Zach Baddorf, founder and executive director of Military Veterans in Journalism, was a producer for this series; Bruce Weinstein, The Ethics Guy®, was an associate producer.

This interview features Zeenat Rahman, executive director of University of Chicago's Institute of Politics, speaking about diversity and civic engagement.

This interview features LaSharah Bunting, executive editor at Simon and Schuster, speaking about diversity and journalism.

This interview features Sara Toussaint, co-owner of the National Women's Soccer League's North Carolina Courage, speaking about diversity and women's sports.

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