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The men and women’s basketball champions declined the invitation, each citing “scheduling conflicts.”
Rights groups criticized the NCAA for returning to North Carolina while its cities were still banned from passing anti-discrimination laws.
A majority of the board “reluctantly” voted to permit the state to be considered for championship games in light of the new measure, the NCAA said.
Designated as the “Official Hotel Partner of the NCAA,” Marriott International looks forward to welcoming students, alumni, fans and families across the country.
Although 53.4 percent of college football players were Black for the 2015 season, less than 9 percent of head coaches at schools that make up the Football Bowl Subdivision are Black.
The corporate, political and social backlash against Indiana’s new ‘Religious Freedom Law’ is escalating. The fight against the law, which allows LGBT discrimination, is led by Diversityinc Top 50 companies Eli Lilly and Company and Cummins
The following column appeared as the “CEO Letter” in the Summer 2013 edition of DiversityInc magazine. CLICK HERE to read the digital edition of this and past issues. By Luke Visconti In the wake of the Rutgers basketball fiasco—in which former Coach Mike Rice used homophobic slurs to castigate players—a huge problem remains: Sports are …
Only 2–5 percent of LGBT college athletes are out. In light of the Rutgers scandal, we asked experts why the NCAA isn’t doing more to create inclusive coaches and teams.
Question: DI asks, "How Will the NCAA Address the Lack of Black Coaches?" The Oakland Raiders' Al Davis, decades ago, already had the correct answer. "Just win, baby." Care to comment?