Diversity & Inclusion
The 113th Congress is the most diverse in history—and it’s not just about race and gender.
This landmark bill marks the largest number of sexual violence provisions ever signed into law.
Will Obama’s inner circle remain overwhelmingly white and male during his second term?
Is your company culturally competent during the holidays? Ensure employees’ festivities don’t lead to discrimination lawsuits.
A reader wonders why the Supreme Court appears likely to approve something ‘un-natural.’
Merck & Co. has stopped donations to the Boy Scouts because of the organization’s ban on gay scout leaders and members.
The Supreme Court will determine the scope of same-gender marriage in groundbreaking cases it will hear next year.
Will a backroom GOP deal eliminate diversity in New York’s Senate and stonewall Black and Latino lawmakers?
Macy’s brand loyalty index takes a 45 percent nosedive as retailer refuses to @DumpDTrump.
The Supreme Court’s decision could reduce employer liability, but it also may increase racial-discrimination and sexual-harassment cases.
A reader is angered over a conservative commentator Pat Buchanan's opinion and asks for DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti's take on white America and this election.
Black women are dying of breast cancer at a much more aggressive rate than white women. What can be done about it?
In the latest development, John Schnatter's not budging on his decision to cut employees' hours and raise pizza prices—while passing blame to Obamacare—despite a growing boycott of Papa John’s.
A federal appeals court reinstated the use of affirmative action in college admissions. Will this influence the major Supreme Court case scheduled for next year?
Diversity management is paying dividends in Cleveland's economic development, where the Greater Cleveland Partnership and regional companies including hospitals, colleges and utilities invested in underserved communities.
Does the company’s apology make up for its offense—or does its history of stereotypes make its sincerity questionable?
Can you get in trouble for making racist, sexist or homophobic comments on Facebook or Twitter? A local Fox news anchor is finding out.