Articles by: Kaitlyn D'Onofrio
Kaitlyn D'Onofrio is associate editor at DiversityInc.


Yale Dean Resigns After Hateful Yelp Reviews Go Public

Yale Dean Resigns After Hateful Yelp Reviews Go Public

The former dean called people “white trash,” “low class folks” and “barely educated morons.”

Gender Wage Gap May Be ‘Genetic,’ Says Higher Ed Official

Gender Wage Gap May Be ‘Genetic,’ Says Higher Ed Official

“I’m not smart enough to know the difference,” said Edward Morton of the State University System of Florida.

Charleston Church Shooting Victims to be Honored in New Memorial

Charleston Church Shooting Victims to be Honored in New Memorial

The same architect who designed the National September 11 Memorial in New York City will be responsible for the project.

Uber CEO Resigns — But Remains on Board

Uber CEO Resigns — But Remains on Board

Time will tell if Travis Kalanick’s bad practices will linger as he maintains some power over the company.

Trump Administration to be Investigated for Weakening Civil Rights Enforcement

Trump Administration to be Investigated for Weakening Civil Rights Enforcement

The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights expressed its “grave concerns” about messages coming from the Trump administration.

Noose Found at Smithsonian’s African American Museum

Another Noose Found Hanging at National Mall

This is the third incident in the last few weeks.

Education Department Invites LGBT Hate Groups to Event

Education Department Invites LGBT Hate Groups to Event

The National Parent Teacher Association pulled out of the event as a result.

Rape Victim Sues Uber, CEO and Top Execs

Rape Victim Sues Uber, CEO and Top Execs

“Rape denial is just another form of the toxic gender discrimination that is endemic at Uber and ingrained in its culture,” said a lawyer for Jane Doe.

Southern Baptists Condemn ‘Alt-Right White Supremacy’

Southern Baptists Condemn ‘Alt-Right White Supremacy’

The resolution was initially shot down, causing an uproar among younger evangelicals.

Five Charged with Manslaughter in Flint Water Crisis

Five Charged with Manslaughter in Flint Water Crisis

Nick Lyon, the state’s Department of Health and Human Services director, waited a full year to report an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease.

BLM, Rights Groups File Lawsuit Against Chicago for Police Excessive Use of Force

BLM, Rights Groups File Lawsuit Against Chicago for Police Excessive Use of Force

“Acting through the CPD, the City of Chicago promotes a culture of rampant brutality, especially against people of color,” the lawsuit states.

Uber CEO Takes Leave of Absence, Board Member Out after Sexist Remark

Uber CEO Takes Leave of Absence, Board Member Out after Sexist Remark

Incidentally, reallocating Travis Kalanick’s responsibilities was the first recommendation from a report by former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder.

Former Flint Emergency Managers, Others Charged in Water Crisis

Mich. Health Director Charged with Involuntary Manslaughter in Flint Crisis

Additionally, Michigan Chief Medical Executive Eden Wells was charged with obstruction of justice and lying to police.

‘Keep Your Hands on the Wheel, My Man’

‘Keep Your Hands on the Wheel, My Man’

Stanford body cam study shows cop language differs by race of driver in stops.

Trump Praises Anti-LGBT Supporters, Still Does Not Recognize Pride Month

Trump Praises Anti-LGBT Supporters, Still Does Not Recognize Pride Month

The president was the guest of honor at a conference organized and sponsored by anti-LGBT groups just days ahead of the anniversary of the Pulse nightclub shooting.

Breitbart and the Alt-Right’s Attempt to Go Mainstream

Breitbart and the Alt-Right’s Attempt to Go Mainstream

As racially divisive rhetoric and hate groups become more mainstream, “the platform for the alt-right” is trying to fit in, too — but advertisers are already running away.

LGBT Students to Remain Unprotected by Betsy DeVos

LGBT Students to Remain Unprotected by Betsy DeVos

The Education Department “is not going to be issuing decrees” on civil rights, according to DeVos.

Google Parent Company’s Shareholders Vote Against Sharing Gender Pay Data

Google Parent Company’s Shareholders Vote Against Sharing Gender Pay Data

The proposal was voted down for the second year in a row.