Articles by: Frank Kineavy
Frank Kineavy is a staff writer at DiversityInc.


Sessions to Put the ‘Dis’ in Disability

Sessions to Put the ‘Dis’ in Disability

AG plans to revoke 10 ADA guidance documents.

The National Impact of the Election of Doug Jones

The National Impact of the Election of Doug Jones

Alabama state representative claims start of progressive movement.

Cuts to Homeowner Tax Breaks Could Cost Republicans in 2018 Races

Study on Housing for People with Disabilities Released

Market for buyers with disabilities dim.

Jay-Z: Probation Is ‘A Land Mine’ for Blacks in America

Jay-Z Feuds with Zimmerman over Upcoming Trayvon Martin Documentary

Zimmerman suggests that he will feed rapper Jay-Z to an alligator as a result of alleged harassment towards his family.

Nancy Pelosi Does Not Stand with Women Accusing Rep. Conyers of Sexual Harassment

As Sexual Harassment Claims Become Exposed, Congress Tries to Pick Up the Pieces

Reports show players on Capitol Hill have used taxpayer money to privately settle claims.

NBC News Fires ‘Today’ Show’s Matt Lauer for Sexual Misconduct

As Sexual Harassment Claims Rock News Networks, Women Step In

Is it time to move on from the one male, one female co-host format?

U.S. Anti-Bias Law Does Not Protect Transgender Workers: Justice Department

2017 Was the Deadliest Year for Transgender Community: Report

“Unpacking these stories is a difficult but necessary process if we as a society want to protect the most vulnerable and address the root causes for their unjust and premature deaths.”

Television Continues to Slight People with Disabilities

Television Continues to Slight People with Disabilities

The number of characters with disabilities has improved but remains “shameful” when compared to real-life demographics, according to one disability activist.

Bill to Track Wandering Children with Autism Finds Way to Senate Floor

Bill to Track Wandering Children with Autism Finds Way to Senate Floor

Previous versions of the bill were stalled by Republicans over privacy concerns.

Louis C.K. Admits to Sexually Harassing At Least Five Women

Louis C.K. Admits to Sexually Harassing At Least Five Women

“These stories are true,” the comedian said in response to the women who came forward.

Trump Expected to Tap Hate Group Leader as Ambassador for Women

Trump Expected to Tap Hate Group Leader as Ambassador for Women

“This would be putting an arsonist in charge of the fire department,” said Dawn Laguens, executive vice president for Planned Parenthood Action Fund.

Officer Acquitted in Death of Terence Crutcher

Fatal Shooting of Black Man Expunged from Officer’s Record

“This crime does not exist for employment application purposes,” the former cop’s defense attorney said.

Future for Thousands of Dreamers Lies in the Hands of Splintered Washington, D.C.

Future for Thousands of Dreamers Lies in the Hands of Splintered Washington, D.C.

Washington’s deepening partisan divide on immigration leaves the fates of many in the balance.

California’s Female Legislative Community Says ‘Enough’

California’s Female Legislative Community Says ‘Enough’

“As women leaders in politics, in a state that postures itself as a leader in justice and equality, you might assume our experience has been different. It has not,” reads a letter from over 140 women involved in California politics.

James Bradley, Truck Driver Formally Indicted for 10 Immigrant Deaths in Texas

Man Awaits Fate for Deadly Immigration Smuggling

Ten undocumented immigrants perished after being smuggled to the United States in the back of a sweltering, unventilated truck.

Trump Speaks at Event Hosted by Hate Group

Trump Speaks at Event Hosted by Hate Group

President Trump is the first sitting president to speak at the Values Voter Summit, put on by the Family Research Council (FRC).

Dems Make Sure Trump Crosses T’s on Transgender Ban

Dems Make Sure Trump Crosses T’s on Transgender Ban

Democrats want proof that Trump consulted military advisors before unveiling his transgender ban.