Analysis and commentary on applied ethics in many fields by the staff of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics
As Covid-19 continues to spread across our country, it’s time to re-adjust our response and follow the most simple of guidelines.
If we don’t get schools open in a format that works for everyone we will not get Silicon Valley open for business.
On remote employee monitoring tools
Should remote tracking tools be deployed to assess the employees in the C-level suite?
The simultaneous COVID-19 pandemic and Black Lives Matter movement highlighted the need to address systemic racism in the practice and delivery of health care.
Dismantling institutional racism needs to begin with empowering antiracist people.
Lessons learned from a dialogue series bringing together business leaders and academics
Insights on developing a diverse and inclusive workplace from the Diversity Dialogues series at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics.
Acknowledging our biases can be a useful starting point in the effort to truly support the Black Lives Matter movement.
Virtual reality can help build empathy for marginalized groups but there are limits.
Catholicism and the current Black Lives Matter movement share similar slogans, however they still have a ways to go before they reach consensus.
While the payment of reparations for past wrongs is an extremely complex and contentious issue, the United States of America has the economic and moral capacity to right its wrongs.