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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!”
Questionable rules and technical difficulties at the launch of fellowship program to promote diversity provoke a social media backlash.
Almost all-white newsrooms are a self-perpetuating cycle of harm, resulting in a distrust of media institutions and the reinforcement of negative stereotypes.
One of the leading advocates for diversity in the newsroom was carrying on a family legacy.
For the third time in the last four years, the Roswell Daily Record is under fire for publishing cartoons demeaning to the city’s majority-Latino population.
Fans of Kerry Washington have taken to social media to question whether her complexion was lightened for the March 2015 cover of 'InStyle' magazine.
Critics say the show—about Mormon men attracted to men but married to women—sends the wrong message to LGBT youth.
Sportscaster Stuart Scott, who died of cancer on Sunday, brought a Black voice to mainstream sports media.
Some viewers believe that the cable news network needs to remain impartial, while others applaud the commentators’ stand.
A leading association of Black journalists rejects Bill Cosby’s plea for neutrality from Black reporters. We have details here.
New studies indicate that Blacks and Latinos distrust the media and find that they don’t tell their communities’ stories truthfully.
What did the veteran commentator say is the primary thing women bring to a marriage? Find out here.
What exactly did Stephen A. Smith say? How did he initially defend himself on Twitter? And why did he ultimately tape an apology that aired on Monday?
Bob Beckel makes disparaging comments about Asians for the second time on FOX News Channel. Find out what he said here.
A sombrero-clad, tequila-guzzling reporter apologizes for his over-the-top insensitivity. See the video here.
What is driving the resistance to “diversity” among middle-aged, midlevel majority executives?
What prompted Michigan leukemia patient Julie Boonstra to speak out against the Affordable Care Act in an ad paid for by the Koch brothers’ Americans for Prosperity, when she's actually going to save thousands of dollars?
Fashion magazine Vogue has decided to publish a spread featuring a model in Blackface in one of its international editions, and it’s not the first time. Even more shocking are the number of Americans who think Blackface is OK.