ArcStone‘s Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) Report

For our daily huddles, a grid of eighteen faces pop up in a Zoom meeting to run through each person’s main focus for the day. With only so many squares, any form of diversity at ArcStone is easily reflected on the screen every morning. Diversity, of course, is representative of many different aspects of an identity — including socioeconomic status, education, sexual preference, and other facets that are not always visible. But for the aspects of an identity that are more apparent, such as race, one can say that ArcStone is lacking.

For our daily huddles, a grid of eighteen faces pop up in a Zoom meeting to run through each person’s main focus for the day. With only so many squares, any form of diversity at ArcStone is easily reflected on the screen every morning. Diversity, of course, is representative of many different aspects of an identity — including socioeconomic status, education, sexual preference, and other facets that are not always visible. But for the aspects of an identity that are more apparent, such as race, one can say that ArcStone is lacking.Read MoreArcStone Blog

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