You may have heard or read (because they made it public so they clearly wanted you to) about Basecamp’s business announcement, shifting back to what they have described as a return to “ what we do best”. In reading it, it seems that what they do best is focus on…


February 1 signifies a new month and also the start of Black History month. And while I have my own longer thoughts about why this should not be just a month that are connected back to the original intent of what this month was created for, I also recognize that…


We’ve been living in two different countries my whole life.

My father’s whole life.

His father’s whole life.

His father’s father’s whole life.

And I could keep going in building this list, except for the fact that at some point, I won’t be able to trace any further back because…


As 2020 comes to a close, I’ve been reflecting a ton on the where organizations should go next in moving from a place of D.E.I. programs not resulting in real change to ones that are centering racial equity always.

9 things that I think are holding companies back? See below:


An open letter from your Black diversity consultant

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First, I usually hear it in your voice. Then, I see it in your body language: the SHIFT.

We’re on a call to discuss your newfound interest in diversity, equity, and inclusion work as an organization and as a leader. The second I shift from the word inclusion to the…


I stopped sharing my personal experiences with racism a long time ago.

One, because they happened so often that it was normal and the last thing I wanted to do after experiencing it was to re-live this normalcy in any way by experiencing it through my own words again.

Second…


I saw you coming.

it was the night of the Vice-Presidential debate where Kamala Harris said to Pence “ I’m speaking” and the internet lost its mind, you included. …


You don’t have to pretend everything is normal

Black woman on a video call for work, her face is not visible.
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On November 9, 2016, I woke up, heard the results of the presidential election, and immediately laid back down in my bed. I stayed that way for a while, thinking, “I have to be at work in an hour, but I’m not even sure I can move right now,” and…


Daily as a Black woman, I wake up incredibly grateful for all that comes with being one and I wake up equally exhausted

Watching Meg Thee Stallion’s performance on Saturday Night Live recently and her usage of Malcolm X’s words sticks with me daily:

“ The most disrespected person in America is the Black woman.
The most unprotected person in America is the Black woman. …


A personal reflection from a Black Woman fighting against our own self-imposed silence…

I’m actually not sure when it shifted for me. When the place became a place where it wasn’t safe anymore. When the place of me, the world I live in, the world I work in, was no…

Dynasti Hunt

Committed to realizing racially-equity-centered workplaces for all BIPOC to experience and nothing less. www.dynastihunt.com IG: @dynastihunt

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