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Phil Robertson, patriarch of A&E’s breakout hit, equates homosexuality to bestiality and terrorism—and offers his opinion of Black oppression.
Website asks readers to pick their preferred term for referring to Black people. Guess which one is winning?
A billboard that was meant to raise awareness of racist stereotypes backfires, using Santa to only further highlight racist stereotypes.
Despite the crass comments, the employee behind the offending words appears to have kept his job.
Black women are embracing natural hair like never before, but acceptance by corporate America is still a significant concern for those climbing the ladder.
First Miss America of Indian descent responds to barrage of racist tweets after winning the crown.
Julie Chen details the racist roadblocks that led her to have plastic surgery.
Does the decreasing number of women in elected office spell trouble for the nation’s policies?
Raven-Symoné’s Twitter statement has once again underscored the widespread undercurrent of homophobia in the African-American community.
KTVU faces not only embarrassment but also legal action for its airing of offensive Asian-American “names” during coverage of a fatal tragedy.
A visual look at the trouble spots in professional sports when it comes to dealing with the issues of diversity and inclusion.
Supporters and advocates of gay rights and equality lifted their arms, flags and voices in celebration after Wednesday’s Supreme Court rulings on DOMA and Prop 8. From coast to coast, DiversityInc takes you on a tour of smiles all around.
Is the Heritage Foundation in trouble after insulting the intelligence of Latinos and immigrants?
Company pulls glammed-up version of Brave heroine off its Disney Princess website.
These phrases should be kept off-limits when speaking to Asians.
As two more international students are arrested, use caution to avoid stereotyping.
Some are calling for Dzokhar Tsarnaev, an American citizen, to be treated as an enemy combatant with little or no right to due process.
The fear of a foreign threat could cause lawmakers to delay plans to overhaul U.S. immigration policies.
Here are four things to know about the surviving Boston Bombing suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
An overview of overt racism being used in this election, how it can affect productivity and what you need to do.
Dr. Christian Head was told “not to make a stink” about the humiliating stereotype. Here’s how this racial-discrimination lawsuit emphasizes the need for diversity management.
Talent development helped Michelle Lee rise to a regional vice-president position at Wells Fargo. What can your company learn from her extraordinary story?