MARC Blog Posts

Ferguson shows that race is not irrelevant

How and when to talk about race.

Posted by Jeff Barth in MARC Blog Aug 21, 2014 9:51 am EDT

When a Sports Fan Met a Feminist


Posted by Jeff Barth in MARC Blog Aug 20, 2014 11:38 am EDT

“Daddy, do you live here?”

Working to rebalance work with life.



Posted by Jeff Barth in MARC Blog Aug 14, 2014 2:21 pm EDT

The war for talent will be won by inclusive enterprises

How to handle a shrinking global talent pool.

Posted by Jeff Barth in MARC Blog Aug 7, 2014 12:25 pm EDT

Male Champions In The News

 
  • Check out this powerful video of a Dallas sportscaster's response to NFL prospect Michael Sam coming out as gay.
  • "This is not an issue for men to observe from a distance, because we are integral parts of it," writes Charles M. Blow. "These kinds of disparities and inequities are unconscionable, and men must be more vocal about saying so."
  • "I feel that many people still pin our emotional reactions into one of two categories: stony, stoic Marlboro Man or oversharing, sensitive artist," writes Policy Mic's Jack Fischl. "I refuse to accept that there are only two options."
  • Click here to watch the most successful football play of all time. Seriously. This is what happens when boys dare to break the mold and decide to include those who are different.
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Write for MARC

What's your story? Each month we feature voices of MARC members on a range of topics and want to hear from you. Popular topics include experiences and stories about:

  • Experiences and struggles as a working dad.
  • Engaigng with colleagues on diversity.
  • Being "out" in the workplace.
  • Competition among male colleagues at work.
  • Confronting sexism in the workplace.
Please email  MARC@catalyst.org for submissions and ideas. Feel free to shoot a quick video, write a few sentences, or pen a few pages. Anonymous written submissions will be accepted. We look forward to hearing from you and posting your stories on MARC.



Why Join MARC?

  • Be a public role model for equality by letting others know what you stand for.
  • Engage in candid conversations about gender and its impact in the workplace—from men’s perspectives.
  • Empower others to lead change through advice, best practices and insights.
  • Spark a movement for change: create a tipping point for gender equality in the workplace.