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This blog is provided by the IPR Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion based on the original study in the Journal of Public Relations Research Pride month reminds us that we all deserve the right to be who we are, as we are, and to define ourselves on our own terms. It also reminds us that amid … Continue reading Taking Pride in Transgender Communicators of Color

IPR is featuring some of the many LGBTQ+ pioneers and modern-day heroes to celebrate Pride month. Marsha P. Johnson was a Black trans woman and social activist. She legally changed her name after moving from New Jersey to Greenwich Village in 1966 and was recognized for being a central figure in the American LGBTQ+ liberation … Continue reading Pioneer Marsha P. Johnson (1945–1992)

The authors, Danielle C. Lefebvre and Jose F. Domene, examined previously published quantitative and qualitative research studies, the experiences of transgender people in the workplace and identified key themes and patterns. The authors used an analytic method, specifical the scoping review method, to conduct their review.   Key Findings Themes revealed in this study: Support … Continue reading Workplace Experiences of Transgender Individuals: A Scoping Review