Articles by: Moses Frenck
Moses Frenck is managing editor at DiversityInc.
More than 200 players joined in solidarity Sunday to protest Trump’s assault on their right to protest racial injustices.
Quick on the draw Twitterer in Chief silent once again on London hate crime, drawing a stark anti-Muslim contrast.
California Sen. Kamala Harris was blatantly interrupted during her questioning of Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Nearly half of Senators comprising the group represent just 2.6 percent of entire U.S. population and less than 1 percent of Blacks and Latinos.
The firm also placed on nine specialty lists, ranking No. 1 for executive women, people with disabilities, mentoring and more.
Rep. Steve King’s latest comments follow his statement last summer that white people contributed more to civilization than any other “sub-group of people.”
White supremacists are praising Trump’s silence, summed up by one popular writer saying, “Everyone is pretty damn sick of Jews.”
“2016 was an unprecedented year for hate … with a resurgence of white nationalism that imperils the racial progress we’ve made … and a president whose policies reflect the values of white nationalists.”
Retired U.S. Navy Adm. Mike Mullen says Trump’s chief strategist “will have a negative influence” and “doesn’t belong.”
White House cited massacre as a reason for immigrant ban, but has been silent since gunman was identified as white nationalist with pro-Trump views.
President said executive order is not a Muslim ban but suggested Christians will be given priority over other refugees.
The president’s claim that 3 million to 5 million “illegals” voted has been debunked by numerous studies and mathematical improbability.
Incoming press secretary says Trump is putting together “an amazingly diverse cabinet” that’s “second to none.”
“The DREAMers ... are not competing with Americans for a slice of the pie, they are helping to bake a bigger pie.”
Trump still refuses to acknowledge his behavior that many see is clearly evident.
N.J. Sen. Cory Booker says fellow Sen. Jeff Sessions' record on civil rights represents "a real danger to our country." Congressmen John Lewis and Cedric Richmond also to testify.
Lone Black Cabinet pick Ben Carson and one of only two women chosen also have negative attitudes toward gay rights.
Says people “sometimes have blind spots … but that doesn’t mean that they’re not open to learning and caring about equality and justice … there’s goodness in the majority of people.”