Articles by: Sheryl Estrada
Sheryl Estrada is senior business writer at DiversityInc.
Black women are dying at "twice the rate as white women in the United States,” says Johns Hopkins study.
“We have to fight harder than we’ve ever fought before,” Jalila Bell, a women’s march attendee, told DiversityInc.
New York's attorney general gives municipalities tools to counter “Trump’s draconian immigration policies.”
#WhyIMarch: Women’s March announced the list of speakers including Angela Davis, Gloria Steinem and Mothers of the Movement.
Once again, excessive force was used by a police officer against Black women.
The United States Mint will issue a series of anniversary 24-karat gold coins to “reflect the cultural and ethnic diversity of the United States.”
King wrote in a recently uncovered letter that Sessions “sought to punish older civil rights activists, advisors and colleagues of my husband, who had been key figures in the civil rights movement of the 1960s.”
Is Facebook responsible for its technology being used as a vehicle for hate?
Flight engineer Jeanette J. Epps is set to make history in 2018.
In an emotional farewell address, Obama discussed American values and race in the U.S., and gave a tribute to his wife and daughters.
Much like a lesson of the film, never underestimate the value of African American talent.
Jackson’s latest request comes at the same time Uber announces a former Hillary Clinton staffer, who is African American, will lead its diversity efforts.
The president of Talladega College, Alabama’s oldest private, historically Black liberal arts college, has accepted the invitation.
President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team and Homeland Security officials recently discussed plans to reverse Obama’s immigration policies.
The number of women and minorities has slightly increased, and Congress remains overwhelmingly male and white — much like boardrooms in the U.S.
Stayce Harris was recently honored by President Obama.
"Inclusion training," but no other specific action, to be given to astoundingly white male leadership team.
In an interview with Oprah Winfrey, the first lady talked about her time at the White House, including the presidential election, how Congress did not support her husband and her hope for the country.