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Oracle Underpaid People of Color and Women by More Than $400M: Department of Labor

Oracle's "suppression of pay for its non-white, non-male employees is so extreme that it persists and gets worse over long careers," according to a federal filing.

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The U.S. Department of Labor, in a federal filing on Tuesday, accused Oracle of underpaying thousands of people of color and women employees by more than $400 million. Employees with years of experience are paid as much as 25 percent less than their white male peers.

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80-year-old White Woman Goes on Racist Facebook Rant: ‘All of us AMERICANS Are so Done’

White fear of not being the majority shines through in diatribe against former next-door neighbor.

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The mother of a mayor in a New Jersey town is blaming immigrants — who she believes are not Americans — for her son's potential loss in the primary. Her racist rant reflects a fear among some white people of no longer being the majority race.

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Racist Professor Who Calls Blacks, Hispanics More Violent Than Whites Appointed to Trump's Sentencing Commission

William Otis will fit right in with Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III.

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A former federal prosecutor who once said Blacks and Hispanics are more violent than whites has been tapped to join President Donald Trump's sentencing commission.

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Multiracial, Multiethnic Babies on the Increase in U.S.: Study

The rate is three times greater than it was in 1980.

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In 2015, about one-in-seven, or 14 percent of, children in the U.S. under the age of one were multiracial or multiethnic, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of Census Bureau data. The rate is three times greater than it was in 1980.

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Interracial Marriage Becoming the Norm in U.S.: Report

The report's findings include that Black men with a bachelor's degree are more than twice as likely as Black women to intermarry.

A scene from the 2016 film “Loving,” which celebrates the commitment of Richard and Mildred Loving (portrayed by Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga).

Interracial marriage is on the rise, making more than a fivefold increase since 1967, when only 3 percent of newlyweds were intermarried, according to a Pew Research Center report released Thursday. However, interracial marriage is more accepted by Democrats than Republicans, and Black men and Asian women are more likely to marry someone of a different race.

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Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Timeline and Facts & Figures

Our timeline of Asian American achievements and detailed facts & figures serve as year-round educational tools.

This diversity-management resource offers insight to evolving workplace diversity, featuring a detailed timeline of Asian American events and the relevant demographics you need to know.

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Diverse Film Casts Keep Hollywood Execs Making Money at Box Office, Says Report

"Less-diverse product underperforms in the marketplace, and yet it still dominates," said Ana-Christina Ramón, co-author of the Hollywood Diversity report.

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Ahead of the 89th Academy Awards show on Sunday, UCLA has released its annual Hollywood Diversity report, which highlights that diversity means higher financial returns on productions.

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Jesse Jackson Tells Uber to Release Diversity Data, Invest in Oakland

Jackson's latest request comes at the same time Uber announces a former Hillary Clinton staffer, who is African American, will lead its diversity efforts.

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In a letter to Uber's CEO Travis Kalanick, civil rights leader Rev. Jesse L. Jackson Sr., president and founder of The Rainbow PUSH Coalition, urged Uber to report its diversity data by February 15. Unlike many big-name tech companies, Uber has not released data on the racial and gender makeup of its workforce.

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Steve Phillips Explains to Corporate Executives Why 'Brown is the New White'

"Every single day, there are 7,000 new people of color added to the U.S. population, and 1,000 whites," author Steve Phillips said.

Civil rights attorney Steve Phillips, author of the New York Times bestselling book "Brown Is the New White," told some of the nation's top thought leaders and corporate executives committed to diversity and inclusion that a "New American Majority" is "transforming all manners of modern society."

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2015 saw an increase in median household income for whites, Blacks, Asians and Hispanics, the newest report from the U.S. Census Bureau revealed, the highest increase being among Hispanic households.

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Trump's Record of Hate to Date

Click here for an up-to-date round-up of Donald Trump's hateful rhetoric and insults toward individuals, groups, ethnicities, religions and others during his presidential campaign.

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Report: Whites No Longer Majority, Asians Largest Immigrant Group

A new Pew Center report predicts how immigration will drive population growth over the next 50 years.

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