Articles & Opinions From TNT Consulting
The United States of America, Canada, France, and Great Britain (as well as Spain and Portugal) have a history of disparity, oppression, violence, and at the same time genocide towards many diverse groups and indigenous people. It has a legacy which continues to dominate the conversation in North America around race and identity.
The presence of implicit bias embedded within an organization can affect the entire system and staff productivity. This reality will seem daunting for leaders who want to ‘fix’ it and move on with the daily tasks at hand. Unfortunately, there is no single magic fix for implicit bias; it requires a consistent focus on systems, practices, and staff. On the other hand, bias mitigation may not be an onerous demand if it is appropriately acknowledged and embedded in systems.
The Consulate General of Jamaica on behalf of the Jamaica 60th Independence Anniversary Committee has recognized Ms. Blackburn as an influential and impactful leader within the discipline of education.
As the President of TNT Justice Consultants, I take this opportunity to publicly acknowledge June as Indigenous History Month in Canada. It is with sadness that I also note It has been almost one year since Canadians learned from the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation of the discovery of 215 unmarked burials at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia
Do you know about Canada’s long history of discrimination against 2SLGBTQQIA+ Community? Here you can see how we support and acknowledge the history behind celebrating Pride Month.
On April 13, the International Day of Pink, 2SLGBTQQIA youth and allies shine a light on the affirmations and expressions of diverse gender and sexual identities. However, allies should also illuminate the often-invisible structures and discourses that reinforce gender- and sexual-restrictive policies and practices that reproduce marginalizing and potential harmful gender binaries and heteronormativity
Exploring the incredible achievements and progress made by Women in 2021/2022
TNT recognizes the significance of the month of February in honouring Black History Month in Canada. As a corporate equity ally, we value our relationships with members of many diverse communities and organizations As the Canadian leader in anti-bias training TNT is...