Post Tagged with: "Latinos"
Bush said his "anchor babies" comments were "frankly … related to Asian people," not Hispanics.
More candidates are taking his extreme positions, including ending birthright citizenship.
Study shows that white, hetero males dominate and women hardly speak.
Paula Deen is under fire for a photo of her son, Bobby, in “brownface.” The controversy is reminiscent of two years ago when Deen admitted to using racial slurs.
Macy’s becomes latest to part ways, pro golf issues toothless statements while events still scheduled on Trump courses.
Very little progress made in decades and minorities not making it to senior levels.
215,000 sign petition prompting NBC to join Univision in saying "buh-bye.”
Marriage equality is just one of many battles the LGBT community has to face – including workplace discrimination.
A new Pew report takes a look at the increase in English proficiency of U.S.-born Latinos along with the decrease in speaking Spanish at home.
A new report shows that while Asian Americans are well represented among the work force of five large tech firms, they remain underrepresented in leadership roles.
The Miami Marlins baseball team made an early season change, but instead of abiding by the ‘Selig Rule’ to interview diverse applicants, they hired their general manager.
A new report on high school graduation rates highlights an increase in high school graduation rates of Latinos and Blacks, yet there is still improvement needed.
Michele G. Green, Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer at Prudential Financial, offers best practices for increasing the retention rates of employees from underrepresented groups.
The Science Education Initiatives of BASF are attracting female, Black and Latino students, encouraging academic success in the sciences.
Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred talks up the game’s growth in Latin America, but misses the lack of Latinos in key leadership roles.
At the White House Science Fair, the POTUS announced $90M in new pledges for his STEM initiatives
A new MassMutual survey shows that three-quarters of Hispanics are better off financially than three years ago.
A new report says the Specialized High School Admissions Test is not the cause of the lack of diversity in New York City’s specialized high schools, but rather a result of system-wide flaws.
In a Wall Street Journal profile, the attorney leading the anti-Obamacare effort makes sarcastic comments about ACA’s source.
Two of the states with the greatest success in implementing Obamacare are a pair of largely anti-Obamacare states. But one used a neat trick to make it work.
Almost all-white newsrooms are a self-perpetuating cycle of harm, resulting in a distrust of media institutions and the reinforcement of negative stereotypes.
Antonio Zambrano-Montes’s death—and its underreporting by mainstream media—is just the latest in the building tensions between police and underrepresented communities.
A recent study found that Latinos utilize digital devices at high rates, but lack of Internet access makes television the dominant media to access educational content for children.
Patricia Arquette’s Oscar acceptance speech was widely cheered, but further comments she made backstage are being criticized. Find out what else she said here.