Articles by: Sheryl Estrada
Sheryl Estrada is senior business writer at DiversityInc.
“Investing in Black women's political leadership is a solid return on investment,” the women said in a letter to Democratic Party Chair Tom Perez.
Richard Collins III was murdered on the University of Maryland’s College Park campus where American Vanguard distributed racist propaganda.
The soldier lost his life in America’s ongoing battle with racism.
A Fox News Radio shift editor claims women were called “whores” and “sluts” by Ron Flatter, a former radio anchor, who wasn’t reprimanded.
Beckel was irked when a Black IT employee came to his office to fix his computer.
The report’s findings include that Black men with a bachelor’s degree are more than twice as likely as Black women to intermarry.
The widely popular comedian said he regrets rooting for President Donald Trump on a “Saturday Night Live” appearance.
The annual food festival has amplified local businesses and fostered a spirit of entrepreneurship within Harlem in New York City.
“You're seeing a display of torches at night, which is reminiscent of the KKK," said Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer.
“I promise you I will not entertain you in the hallway, and do not attempt to walk with me,” wrote Harvey.
Bethune-Cookman University graduates turned their backs on Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, who once called historically Black colleges “real pioneers” in school choice.
In time for Mother’s Day, a coalition, including Black Lives Matter, plans to post bail for Black mothers who are not convicted of a crime yet remain in jail because they cannot afford to pay.
Online threats against American University’s student president were encouraged by a neo-Nazi website publisher who endorsed the candidacy of Donald Trump.
Florida Memorial University will present the degree to Martin’s parents “in honor of his love for planes and the steps he took during his young life toward becoming a pilot.”
Desiree Fairooz could spend up to a year in prison for laughter during the Senate confirmation hearing of President Donald Trump’s appointed U.S. attorney general.
Racist incidents targeted American University’s first Black woman student government president and targeted her sorority, Alpha Kappa Alpha.
This decision may be an indication of how the new Justice Department led by Jeff Sessions will address cases surrounding police misconduct.