Diversity in Practice: Integrate Political Incorrectness (Chicago Lawyer, 02/2013)
by Arin N. Reeves
In 2008, I wrote a column on political correctness (“Cutting through political correctness”) that garnered a tremendous amount of feedback in agreement with the perspective that a little bit of political incorrectness would do a lot of good for diversity and inclusion efforts. I proposed that our politically correct culture, with all of its intent to create more respectful interactions, actually suppresses the candid conversations that we need to have in order to move from distant tolerance to active inclusion. Download to read more.