Inclusion at Work is a blog that seeks to take a comprehensive look at issues that influence our profession’s advancement in diversity and inclusion. It will identify and critique barriers to inclusion, expand how we define “diversity” and advance a notion of how law and society interact. It will examine how systems of oppression intersect to produce the barriers to inclusion that we seek to dismantle.
This blog arose out of the Institute for Inclusion in the Legal Profession, a non-profit organization based in Chicago, Illinois.
About the author
Takeia is a scholar-activist who examines our social world through a Black feminist lens. Her intention is to use scholarship to make the social imaginary real.
Currently, she is a writer, Sociology PhD student at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and former lawyer. Her research interests generally revolve around law and society.