diversity

Washington courts
3:19 pm
Tue June 5, 2012

Judges: Diversity needed in Washington court system

Originally published on Tue June 5, 2012 2:48 pm

The need for a diverse judiciary was the focus of a panel discussion at Washington State University in Pullman Saturday. On hand were judges and justices from around the state, including Judge Cameron Mitchell of the Benton-Franklin Superior Court, who said minority groups don’t always feel like they’re part of the judicial system.

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HUMANOSPHERE
11:17 am
Thu May 12, 2011

Guest post: Why are all these white folks deciding what Africa needs?

Nigerian Kunle Oguneye, a former tech worker and current children's author decries the lack of diversity in the global health and development community.

This is a guest Humanosphere post from Kunle Oguneye, president of the Seattle chapter of The African Network, a Nigerian and former tech worker who now writes children’s books (which should, I hope, explain the photo).

Oguneye wrote me to suggest that Humanosphere tends to suffer from the same bias, or lack of diversity and perspective, that afflicts much of the local global health and development community.

Here’s what he says: