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by Alina Selyukh The thing about the tech industry and employee diversity reports is they can feel like Groundhog Day: Google, 2014: “Put simply, Google is not where we want to be when it comes to diversity.” Google, 2016: “We … Continue reading
By Joan Biskupic In recent months, Harvard University has come under attack in court for allegedly limiting the number of Asian-American students it admits. A Reuters examination reveals how the lawsuit brought in their name arose from a broader goal: … Continue reading
By Donna Ladd When Eric Adams was a lieutenant with the New York Police Department, he took a white rookie into public housing in their precinct. When they got on the elevator, they saw a puddle of urine in the … Continue reading
We are overdue to see “Technicolor” on a television news show-not just the weekend or overnight anchor desk. Not just African-Americans but I would like to see more Latinos and Asians too. The United States is not composed of white men … Continue reading
I got this video a few days ago in an email from a friend with a suggestion to share it with you. Its message to me is simple. We are all the same. The differences we have are superficial. The differences … Continue reading
Interesting list of companies. Diverse companies tend to have a more creative and adaptive workforce. That can translate into financial and business success. Black Enterprise | Best Companies for Diversity.
This is an interesting suit in North Carolina, especially since education is in the national spotlight at this time. NAACP takes legal action against Wake schools | abc11.com.
Yesterday afternoon as the hearings for Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan began I read this fantastic article from Kai Wright. The diversity and legal aptitudes of the people chosen by Kai are exceptional and in many cases very interesting. COLORLINES … Continue reading