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While the updated policy on eligible donors is a step in the right direction, work remains to be done.
The 2016 presidential campaign has transformed into a battle between evangelicals and liberals.
The research shows gay, lesbian or bisexual youths are bullied more than other children even long before they identify their sexuality.
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.
During a live webcast, a panel of executives will discuss the findings of a multi-company think tank convened by EY to explore leading practices on LGBT inclusion in the corporate sector.
A gay-bashing state lawmaker from North Dakota’s hypocrisy is outed when his profile on the popular gay dating app is revealed.
With the inevitability of marriage equality setting in, anti-LGBT legislators press harder to discriminate on a variety of regulations.
Rep. Bill Flores ignores institutional racism responsible for the protests in Baltimore in order go after same-gender marriage.
Engaging diversity and inclusion through resource groups among hourly workers adds value to both them and the business.
Fashion mogul Giorgio Armani under fire after his hateful comments about gay men and their fashion choices.
Porter Novelli Profits on Gay Bashing as Indiana’s Taxpayers Shell Out to Cover Up Gov. Pence’s Mess
Public relations firm takes $2 million from Indiana to “fix” its image despite the state government’s ongoing resistance to protecting LGBT citizens.
EY's Global Vice Chair, Public Policy Beth A. Brooke-Marciniak makes the case against anti-LGBT discrimination.
By Kaitlyn D’Onofrio Oklahoma has joined the discriminatory ranks of Indiana and Alabama in its latest bill passed by the Senate. According to the state’s bill, popular ridesharing programs such as Uber and Lyft reserve the right to refuse passengers who identify as transgender or gay: “ shall adopt a policy …
Top law firms are largely staying away from representing bigotry – because it hurts recruiting.
The president pushes for the ban of the controversial practice that purports to ‘cure’ LGBT youths and updates White House restroom accommodations for staffers.
A study of millennials suggests they are much more open about their own sexual identity, and businesses and policymakers should pay heed.
Companies that fought Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act, including Eli Lilly and Company and Anthem, are applauding the proposed revisions
Walmart’s powerful voice weighed in its home state against the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, helping to push the governor to send the bill back to the legislature.