Articles by: Kaitlyn D'Onofrio
Kaitlyn D'Onofrio is associate editor at DiversityInc.
“Society forces people into boxes & tells us who we’re supposed to be. SB 179 helps people of all gender identities be their authentic selves,” said Democratic Sen. Scott Wiener.
Nearly all of the students in the entire Jackson Public School District are Black.
“That’s the law,” according to Alabama Republican Roy Moore, who himself was ousted from the state’s Supreme Court bench for refusing to follow the law.
A costume website described the 15-year-old Holocaust victim as “a young girl” who had “nothing but a diary and hope.”
Another school district opted to ban the book, whose themes align with the killings of Black men by police and the backlash to NFL players’ national anthem protests.
President Trump has made it a point to undo his predecessor’s work — seemingly just for the sake of doing so.
Lola Ogunyemi claims the full commercial’s message was distorted, but the clip that went viral represents a culture that continues to promote light skin as the most desirable.
Birther Republican Senate candidate Moore previously told a jury he does not collect a “regular salary” from the charity, which also employs two of Moore’s children.
“Get to know yourself. Learn from each scar, each wound, each victory,” Alicia Garza writes in a letter addressed to her younger self in honor of National Coming Out Day.
ESPN cited Hill’s previous tweets about President Trump in a statement regarding her suspension.
The city is working to prevent future demonstrations from white supremacists.
The company said it “missed the mark” with an ad that shows a Black woman who turns herself white with Dove soap.
Less than 10 percent of residents have electricity and just above half have access to clean drinking water.
“I came of age in the 60s and 70s, when all the rules about behavior and workplaces were different,” Weinstein offers as reasoning for allegedly harassing women over a period of three decades.
“Puerto Rico is going to have to figure out how to fix the errors that it’s made for the last generation on its own finances,” said Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney.
“I think it’s now acknowledged what a great job we’ve done,” Trump said during his visit to Puerto Rico, which he treated as a publicity stunt rather than a response to a natural disaster.
“He has a slave master mentality,” one of the player’s mothers said of the coach who booted the boys from the roster.
Roy Moore was also removed from the Alabama Supreme Court — twice — for his extreme views and also called Islam a “fake religion."