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“Less-diverse product underperforms in the marketplace, and yet it still dominates.”
New York's attorney general gives municipalities tools to counter “Trump’s draconian immigration policies.”
Is Facebook responsible for its technology being used as a vehicle for hate?
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.
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.
A new study finds Latino parents are even more strict and concerned about technology addiction.
With a change in administration, it’s uncertain if criminal justice reform will continue.
The image, which has been proven to be fake, shows an immigration officer supposedly arresting an immigrant who is trying to vote.
A poll by the National Council of La Raza also found which issues Latino voters regard as the most important — indicating more reasons to align with Clinton.
Rubio's campaign insists he will "fight for the best interest of Florida's Hispanic community" — but many Latinos are not convinced.
Powell, a son of immigrants, said Trump has “insulted America in one way almost every day.”
"Sometimes I forget this is a presidential debate and not an SNL (Saturday Night Live) skit #badhombres," a Twitter user commented.
"We all as Americans live under one big tent. Hillary represents that higher ground," Rev. Jesse Jackson said at what was called a "wall" of taco trucks.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio repeatedly racially profiled Hispanics — despite a court order saying he cannot detain drivers on his unfounded suspicion they are illegal immigrants.
In an effort to drive out the crucial Latino vote, taco truck patrons can fill out voter registration cards that require no postage when mailed.
Racist posters, many of which are Trump supporters, use code words for Blacks, Mexicans, Muslims and Jews to avoid censorship.
“Every single day, there are 7,000 new people of color added to the U.S. population, and 1,000 whites,” author Steve Phillips said.
Highly profitable private prisons, which aided in the increased incarceration of Blacks and Latinos due to racial disparities in sentencing, have been deemed highly unsafe.
Scholar Chuck Collins talks with DiversityInc about a new report, which found that if public policy changes are not made, Black and Latino families won’t match white wealth for centuries.
Coinciding with the DNC, The Dream Corps, #cut50 and Rock the Vote bring together political leaders, community organizers to discuss what it takes to end an era of mass incarceration.
Appeals court agrees the Texas law made it harder for Blacks and Latinos to vote and violates the U.S. Voting Rights Act.