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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.
Amtrak offers a product that's bad enough for the able-bodied. But what they do is downright horrific to people with disabilities.
I’m not saying the enormous disparity of law enforcement and imprisonment is overtly racist by every participant. They are immersed, however, in a racist system.
The Paris attacks were the result of extremists exploiting a failure of the French government to live up to its principles of liberty, equality and fraternity.
It's beside the point—Darren Wilson never should’ve put himself in a position where Mike Brown could bum-rush him.
The complete lack of accountability in Ferguson is a textbook example of white affirmative action.
As Black men, do President Obama and Eric Holder have an obligation to weigh in on potentially violent protests?
In this edition of "Ask the White Guy," DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti addresses a reader's concerns about how to approach symbols historically rooted in hatred.
You must project competency and engender trust, and you can never appear to be a lightweight. You can have a sense of humor and light moments, but you have to have the gravitas of a leader.
This five-point plan would’ve helped Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella recover from his spectacular blunder regarding women in the workplace.
Why are certain people susceptible to having their emotions corralled by so-called conservative websites and organizations that don’t serve their own best purposes?
Based on the dramatic distrust that exists now and the wrongs that have been committed, here are the steps that need to be taken in Ferguson to restore calm and move forward.
The comprehensive array of firepower immediately deployed—including sophisticated weaponry such as military LRAD sound cannons—suggests a demonstration of premeditation against the people of Ferguson.
I’m very glad I invested in the people with disabilities community before I became a member of it—having friends you can call on is instrumental in recovery. Here are some things I've learned in the two months since I had a stroke.