Diversity & Inclusion
Insensitive remarks can continue to sting, long after they are said.
How long will women have to wait before they can train with Special Forces?
How long have women been contributing to the United States' military efforts?
Strong growth also reported in the Hispanic and Native Hawaiian & Other Pacific Islander populations.
Benchmark in population signals changes for underrepresented groups; how will it play out in corporate America?
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are now five U.S. states (or equivalents) that are “majority-minority.” Find out which they are.
Parody commercial plays off some of the negative comments made about the original.
“Discriminatory” policy doesn’t align with manufacturer’s foundation. Will other companies follow suit?
New research study reveals race is a factor among teen choices on social-media networks.
What are some things you should NEVER say to people with disabilities?
Personal lines insurer invests in students attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
“I really have to give credit to the student body and staff,” says Kevin Carroll.
Will study carry any weight in legalizing gay marriage or ending discrimination?
Does the Internet provide a cloak of anonymity for racists and bigots?
ExxonMobil, No. 1 in the Fortune 500, is the absolute worst corporation for LGBT equality, refusing to add orientation to its antidiscrimination policies for the 14th year in a row.
But will the BSA review policies for adults before openly gay Scouts graduate into leaders?
A recent college graduate discusses how philanthropy in the form of scholarships helped her finish her degree.
Will this trend result in greater diversity in corporate workforces?
Is the Heritage Foundation in trouble after insulting the intelligence of Latinos and immigrants?
How much more must the university do to rehab its image following the Mike Rice scandal?
Longtime diversity leader Dr. R. Roosevelt Thomas Jr. passed away on Friday.
In yet another outrageous move, CEO Mike Jeffries says that women above size 10 “don’t belong in our clothes.”