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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.
Last night's comments questioning the contributions of non-white people to the advancement of human civilization may have crowned it.
Critics have called for diversification of the organization’s nearly all-white management after no one noticed bias reflected in poster.
One of the nation's fastest-growing demographics continues to believe in the American Dream.
New Pew research shows correlations between anti-diversity and Islamophobia and "warm" feelings toward Trump. Lack of education also a correlation.
Judge in Arizona says victims profiled by racist Sheriff Joe Arpaio could receive up to $1,500 for the first hour and an additional $200 for every 20 minutes they were detained.
Vile tweets were sent in defense of the Republican presidential candidate.
María Elena Salinas’ keynote speech was “too Latino-centric” for some grads and attendees, according to a student's account.
Click here for an up-to-date round-up of Donald Trump's hateful rhetoric and insults toward individuals, groups, ethnicities, religions and others during his presidential campaign.
Even though Blacks are incarcerated at nearly six times the rate of whites, Sen. Tom Cotton says the bipartisan effort to reduce mandatory minimum sentences for non-violent crimes is “baseless.”
A report shows Trump supporters view non-whites, gays and others more unfavorably than do white supporters of other GOP candidates.
Arizona’s Joe Arpaio ignored court orders and encouraged his deputies to scrutinize Latino drivers more than whites, a federal judge found.
Donald Trump’s photo to celebrate the “Hispanic” holiday is offensive.
Up to five-hour lines to vote last week in Arizona — highlighting pattern of states with history of discrimination disenfranchising minority voters.