Thank you for Publising my Photograph, FastCompany, in 7 LGBTQ execs on how companies can celebrate pride without pandering

2018.06.08 Capital Pride People and Places with Sony A7 III, Washington, DC USA 02915
2018.06.08 Capital Pride People and Places with Sony A7 III, Washington, DC USA 02915 (View on Flickr.com)

Thank you for publishing my photograph @FastCompany, in this very timely article. The photograph was taken on 14th Street, Northwest, in Washington, DC USA (of course)

As person that’s part of a larger organization, I endorse the ideals espoused in the article.

I wrote a longer blog post along these lines last year:

Beyond walking in parades with us, things I’d like you to do to produce health for LGBTQ humans

I would simply say, if you march in a parade with us, come back to work on Monday and ask people how you’re doing. If you do that, celebrate, if you don’t, ask why.

Thank you for listening and supporting.

Slapping a rainbow flag on your brand once a year can come off as condescending. These queer leaders share how to do more than just give lip service to diversity.

Source: 7 LGBTQ execs on how companies can celebrate pride without pandering

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