"You guys should all go to court because you're trained liars," a woman said to three friends shopping for hats.
Three Black women were shopping at a Target store in Nashville, Tenn., when an angry woman verbally harassed them, saying the women "Don't belong here" and that they are "perfect for the court system."
American Greetings says it "missed the mark" and Target pulls the card from shelves.
"Baby Daddy" is a term used to refer to a man who is the father of a woman's child whom she did not marry. American Greetings, the world's biggest producer of greeting cards, decided to create cards for Father's Day with a "Baby Daddy" theme and feature a silhouette of a Black man and woman.
Michigan Black Woman Files Suit Against Target for Being Profiled, Cuffed, Dragged, Embarrassed and Stripped
Target apologizes, fires staff, and continues to roll out company-wide unconscious bias trainings.
"The culture is the problem. And the solution, graduates, is you," Reshma Saujani told Harvard graduates.
By 2020, there will be 1.4 million jobs available in computing related fields. Graduates in the United States are on track to fill 29 percent of those jobs. Women are on track to fill just 3 percent.
- Blacks, Latinos and Asians on Board of Directors: 77.4% more than the Top 50
- Blacks, Latinos, and Asians in Senior Leadership: 32.4% more than the Top 50
- Level 1 Mentoring Participation: 26.6% more than the Top 50
Target is continuing its focus on a three-year diversity and inclusion plan and saw significant progress over the last year. One facet of this plan is increasing its diverse representation throughout it ranks, and these efforts have paid off.
As Target and General Services Administration embrace trans equality, Texas judge brings it to a halt.
A federal judge blocked Obama administration guidance that transgender public school students must be allowed to use bathrooms of their choice, granting a nationwide injunction sought by a group of 13 states led by Texas.
It is still legal to fire someone for being gay in 32 states. The Equality Act would end employee discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
60 businesses, including numerous DiversityInc Top 50 Companies for Diversity and 25 Noteworthy Companies, have publicly endorsed the Equality Act of 2015, a bill that would put an end to workplace discrimination based on sex, sexual orientation and gender identity — which is still currently legal in most states.