Articles by: Sheryl Estrada
Sheryl Estrada is senior business writer at DiversityInc.
The Fox News host's comment about Rep. Maxine Waters is "no laughing matter," rather "a well-worn diversion and act of denigration," a Rutgers women's and gender studies professor told DiversityInc.
James Harris Jackson randomly killed Timothy Caughman, a Black man, to deter white women from dating Black men.
The Metropolitan Police Department said there is no increase in missing cases, just a change in how cases are publicized.
“It is believed that he was specifically intending to target male Blacks,” a deputy police chief said of James Harris Jackson's crime.
“You use a terrorist attack on our city to attack London's Mayor for your own political gain. You're a disgrace,” Wes Streeting, a member of British parliament, replied to Trump.
Trump, who admonished the ex-49ers quarterback at a rally, presented a federal budget that could de-fund the program for seniors.
Latest jobs report is touted as successful, while number of jobs for Black people has gone down.
The National Registry of Exonerations report analyzed data on crimes for which exonerations are most common.
Wilson, who fatally shot Michael Brown, said he only repeated racist remarks used by other people.
“Harriet Tubman is a true Maryland treasure and who remains relevant to this very day.”
The satirical horror film “embodies and expresses the African American experience with infrastructural racism,” NBA great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar said.
The former first lady wrote a letter of support for the teen actress.
Rep. Elijah Cummings confronted Trump about his language regarding Black communities.
An unprecedented amount of staff requested leave for March 8, prompting school district closures in Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina.
The new HUD secretary described enslaved men and women as immigrants.
“Stories of students reaching higher continue to inspire me,” the former first lady said of her emotional talk with students at an alternative high school.
The Women’s March announced the agenda for its planned strike on March 8, “a day where women feel empowered to take a stance on their value in the workplace.”