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What is the responsibility of your corporate executives, what should you expect?
The president is following through on his Muslim ban campaign promise. It's un-American.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson Forthrightly Addresses Racial Tensions, Says 'the dialogue must start with me'
Addressing 1,700 resource group members, Stephenson discusses all the tough issues — and in an honest, forthright, personal and humble way.
Only one candidate directly addressed the coalition of Black, Latino and white citizens who elected Barack Obama twice — Donald Trump.
FBI Director James Comey gave an unprecedented speech on racial profiling and tensions amongst law enforcement, but then seemingly excused it all.
A reader comment blames DiversityInc for race baiting.
Every time someone of my generation blurts out ‘wisdom’ from the Senate leader in the workplace or to your customers, storm clouds gather. For every Trump bumper sticker in the parking lot, productivity declines.
Princeton professor pulls a fast one and tries to retreat from her fraud unsuccessfully.
Presented by a token Black woman, the toothless plan has all the attributes of a fraud.
Dr. Martin Luther King's "The Drum Major Instinct" speech has profound lessons for today.
Shameless plantation-like exploitation, doomed to fail.
Good news does not drive readership, but let's end the week on a good note.
Unchanged for 25 years — 93 percent white presidents: stale and out of touch.
When services are poor, most people with disabilities stay home.
Demographically guaranteed to lose the next election
The latest chapter in an American tradition.
I don’t think the Republican Party is getting good advice. I know it doesn’t have good leadership.
In the wake of Ferguson and Baltimore, the women of Bennett College are extolled for being the strongest Americans we have.
Luke Visconti, CEO: Starbucks CEO Needs to Start Discussion About Race With His Leadership Team, Not Minimum-Wage Employees and Customers
This is nothing but a cheap publicity stunt. Schultz is a multibillionaire, yet he has not been involved in a constructive way in the discussion of race until now.