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The number of women and minorities has slightly increased, and Congress remains overwhelmingly male and white — much like boardrooms in the U.S.
An analysis of TV-viewing patterns and related exposure to ads provides answers, and leads to the question, what are the health implications?
Historically Black Colleges and Universities are essential to producing qualified STEM professionals. Tashni-Ann Dubroy, a chemist, former BASF manager and president of Shaw University, offers insight.
A new study finds Latino parents are even more strict and concerned about technology addiction.
President Barack Obama addressed his dealings with racism during his historic two terms in the White House.
“I think anything that I felt about the election, I said. And I stand by,” the first lady told PEOPLE magazine.
At a press conference regarding the arrest the white man who killed McKnight, Sheriff Newell Normand allayed fears of a white shooter, saying, "predominantly, Black males … commit the murders.”
Shaun King, a New York Daily News columnist and BLM activist, has organized a nationwide boycott to begin December 5.
Recent incidents, including a profanity-filled rant on a Delta Air Lines flight, are causing companies involved to speak up or lose business.
Carson, president-elect Donald Trump’s pick to lead housing and urban development in the U.S., recently called fair housing “communist.”
Amy Gutmann, whose father escaped Nazi Germany, participated in a faculty solidarity march after racist texts were sent to Black students.
A University of Oklahoma student involved in messages sent from “Daddy Trump” obtained contact info from a private University of Pennsylvania Facebook group.
President-elect’s plan shares space with recent headline: “Janet Jackson’s Crackhead Ex-Husband Was on Growing Up Hip Hop Last Night … Spilling Tea About Their Secret Baby!”
“The kinds of threats we have heard in recent months harken back to the first half of the 20th century,” said NAACP President and CEO Cornell W. Brooks.
Trump calls largely Black areas "ghettos" and paints Black neighborhoods as having "so many horrible, horrible problems."
Grace Bell Hardison, who has been on the voting rolls for 30 years, almost lost her right to vote in the presidential election.
The radio show host, Fox News pundit and Trump advisor said he’ll buy Obama’s airline ticket, but he “can’t come back.”
Powell, a son of immigrants, said Trump has “insulted America in one way almost every day.”
Duke said he’s concerned about security as “Dillard is pretty supportive of Black Lives Matter.”
Last October, Jason Goolsby was arrested after a white woman said he made her feel “uncomfortable.”
DiversityInc talks with Northrop Grumman’s Evers-Manly about her quest to fund films with positive images of Blacks, like Satie Gossett’s buzzworthy film on slavery “Forgiveness.”
The cop's conduct highlights the realities of racial profiling in policing.
Social media users, including the NAACP, corrected Trump’s response to a question asked at the second presidential debate.