Diversity & Inclusion
A visual look at the trouble spots in professional sports when it comes to dealing with the issues of diversity and inclusion.
Diversity numbers are improving, but are they really cause for celebration?
Forget the show—what else have these contestants lost?
Can farmer be banned from future parades for offensive float?
Coach says football fans, not the teams or the league, are why players stay closeted.
Does social media make people think they have the OK to discriminate?
What does this mean for doctors’ offices and businesses? Who is most impacted?
Federal laws force sellers and agents to be more subtle in their racism, but what more can be done to stop the practice altogether?
A visual look at what type of housing discrimination issues against racial and ethnic minorities are still occurring in the U.S., and where.
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.
The Supreme Court ruling this week angered supporters of the Indian Child Welfare Act, but should it have?
Two separate opinions open door for California couples to marry and all legal same-gender marriages to be recognized by the federal government.
A look at statistics from the latest surveys of the LGBT community released by the Pew Research Center.
What are some things that you should NEVER say to an LGBT colleague?
Supreme Court issues split ruling; Congress left to rewrite one section of the law.
The Voting Rights Act of 1965 is a historic piece of United States civil-rights law enacted to ensure that the right to participate in the Democratic process is not denied to eligible citizens on account of race or color. The law has been changed and amended over the years. Here are some key moments in time that …
Pair of rulings narrow definitions, set stricter rules for discrimination lawsuits.
Five major brands tell DiversityInc that they are reviewing, or will discontinue, agreements with her.
Justices compromise on a nonruling on the value of race in education.
Is Deen’s poorly executed apology enough to excuse her use of offensive language?
Two conservative groups have placed civil rights in their crosshairs, and this is the first battle.
Report says officials are seeking NBA stars to assist in marketing President Obama’s signature healthcare law.