Articles by: Kaitlyn D'Onofrio
Kaitlyn D'Onofrio is associate editor at DiversityInc.
An Obama-era policy ordered private prisons be phased out after an audit found they were considerably less safe than federally owned prisons.
The Northampton (Mass.) Police Department said it “cannot overlook the fact that this program may be received differently by some members of our community.”
Transgender students are not legally protected under federal anti-discrimination laws. "States rights" to supersede gender protections.
“Did you think that the election of Trump, a president endorsed by the chair of the American Nazi party … was going to usher in a wave of inclusiveness that would include Jews?”
President Trump bragged about his “double, double, double” digits victory in South Carolina while touring the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
“Businesses cannot function without immigrant workers today.”
Andrew Puzder, whose nomination has created controversy from the very start, withdrew one day before his confirmation hearing.
Chicago’s public schools treat minority children “as second-class children,” lawsuit says.
The company’s “Just do it” slogan does not apply to diversity for its board members.
The move prompted a Fox News personality to quit his position at the university.
After the president signed orders focused on crime reduction, Sessions referred to an upward trend in violent crime that data does not support.
President Donald Trump told Fox’s Bill O’Reilly his critics on the left play the “racist card” against him and other Republicans.
President Trump’s adviser cited the fake “Bowling Green massacre” several times — and lied about an Obama “refugee ban.”
Trump's demand that "sanctuary cities" publish lists of crimes committed by undocumented is undaunted by far higher criminality of people born here.
A new move by President Trump would remove white nationalists and other hate groups from extremist databases — "absolutely a signal of favor to us," neo-Nazis rejoiced.
The retailer will no longer sell Ivanka Trump items after protests from #GrabYourWallet, an anti-Trump activist group.
The tech giant has opposed a more diverse hiring strategy for senior management roles and its board of directors.
Discrimination under the guise of religious freedom would be acceptable "without suffering adverse treatment from the Federal Government," according to a draft executive order.