Lipscomb University’s President Putting Cotton on a Table at a Black Student Dinner Shows Why Cultural Awareness Matters
The president of Lipscomb University serving collard greens and cornbread to students with cotton centerpieces raises deeper questions about cultural awareness and white privilege.
Geo Group violated the state’s minimum wage laws by paying detained immigrants one dollar a day or less for work they do while at one of the company’s federal facilities.
“You are there … You are a member of the KKK. Why do you think your treatment of African Americans is justified?” the assignment asks.
Police will use the cameras under the test program but the police union will have to approve permanent body cameras.
“Progress is never inevitable,” Obama said. “It can often be fragile; it’s in need of constant renewal.”
President Trump has insisted Mexico would pay for building the wall, which experts said could cost about $22 billion and take more than three years to complete.
Witnesses, who heard the officers yelling commands, shouted that Magdiel Sanchez was deaf, a police spokesperson said.
German Design Council’s Automotive Brand Contest honors important contributions for innovative mobility concepts.
Hilton hotels in Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and the Bahamas are waiving cancellation penalties for reservations arriving Sept. 19 through Sept. 23.
Abbott Expands Support for Hurricane Relief with $1 Million to Help Families Affected by Hurricane Irma
Total relief for Hurricanes Harvey and Irma includes more than $2 million in products and funding.
“I was looking at my daughter and she has my arms and legs — my exact same strong, muscular, powerful, sensational arms and body,” Williams wrote.
Baton Rouge’s interim police chief called the killings “brutal” and said Kenneth Gleason likely would have killed again had he not been apprehended.
“What we have is a legacy of policies that have disproportionately impacted people along racial and economic lines,” Mayor Lyda Krewson said. “This is institutional racism.”
Immigration attorneys have long complained about redundant challenges to high-skilled employment visas. But they say they are seeing a new trend in the Trump era.
An appeals court denied white supremacist Dylann Roof’s request for new legal counsel on the basis of their ethnicities.
Findings from Humana, Dr. Stacy L. Smith at the University of Southern California explore the connection between negative senior portrayals on television and their effect on mental and physical health.
"Interning here at JCPenney has been an amazing experience, and I would recommend it to anyone," writes Suraj Didwania, a software engineer intern.
In addition, the company has established a donation matching program for employee and retiree contributions.
See how Prudential and its more than 49,000 people have answered some big challenges to strengthen the world we all share.
In a Facebook post, an Ohio firefighter used a racial slur saying the lives of Blacks are less important than animals.
Magical thinking will not move the needle on your diversity efforts, or your career, if your leadership is not accountable for results.
Political commentator Scottie Nell Hughes claims she was coerced into a sexual relationship with Fox Business’ Charles Payne and that her career suffered when she tried to end it.
Two Black men were “ambushed,” according to a spokesperson for the police department, in two shootings that occurred just miles apart from one another.