Diversity

Woman wearing a red hat that reads, "Immigrants make America great."

Do You Live in One of the Nation's Most Diverse Cities?

A new report ranks more than 500 cities to see how they stack up.

Michael B. Jordan in white shirt with orange and green background; America Ferrera with beige dress and off-white background

Academy Responds to #OscarsSoWhite Criticism With 683 New Members

The 2016 class, which includes America Ferrera and Michael B. Jordan, is 46 percent female and 41 percent people of color.

Report: We Need More Teachers of Color

“All students benefit from teacher diversity.”

Zendaya Will Reportedly Star in Otherwise Whitewashed 'Spider-Man' Reboot

This is the actress and musician's first major film role. 

8 Reasons Why I Hated Chris Rock's Oscars Monologue

Opinions about the funnyman's opener ranged from "he told the truth" to "I laughed at parts," to "it sucked." Here are eight reasons why Akiba Solomon wishes it never happened.

Barbies Now Available in 4 Different Body Types

The new changes complement the skin color and hair texture updates that Mattel introduced last year. 

14 Citadel Cadets Punished for Wearing Klan-Like Hoods

The military college is also creating a diversity taskforce in the wake of the December incident. 

Dem Presidential Hopefuls Talked White Privilege, Deportation, Diversity at Iowa Forum

Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley answered pointed race questions from Fusion at the oldest people-of-color focused presidential debate in the country. 

This is How Larry Wilmore Does Race on ‘The Nightly Show’

Wilmore on covering race: “I may as well be the one covering this sort of thing and be honest about it, be direct about it and let the chips fall where they may.”

WATCH: Sasheer Zamata Explains Privilege In Hilarious New Short

The SNL star appears in a new video from the ACLU that addresses white and male privilege. 

Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton Beef Up Staff Diversity

Martin O’Malley lags behind the Democratic frontrunners when it comes to employing a diverse staff.

ICYMI: Leslie Jones Helms Three Best Bits From 'Saturday Night Live' Season Opener

Hint: None of them focused on Miley Cyrus.

Taylor Swift Director On 'Wildest Dreams' Criticism: 'There's No Political Agenda In the Video'

Acclaimed director Joseph Kahn addressed criticism that his latest work with Taylor Swift endorses colonialist nostalgia and erases African people. 

Report: Democratic Presidential Hopefuls Could Stand to Diversify Their Staffs

Hillary Clinton’s staff is the most diverse of the bunch—people of color represent 32 percent of the people on board.

Viola Davis, Anthony Anderson, and Other Artists of Color Highlighted in 67th Emmy Nominations

The nomination pool is notably diverse this year as compared to previous ones, reflecting changing demographics on the American small screen.

Report: White Men Make Up 79% of the Elected Prosecutors Who Decide on Criminal Charges

Elected prosecutors decide when and how to bring criminal charges—and they are overwhelmingly white and male.

Facebook Releases New Data About Staff Diversity

The company presented new information in their latest EEO-1 form, suggesting that its hiring and management practices are growing in efficacy.

Philadelphia Inquirer Editor: We Need More Diverse Newsrooms

Sandra Clark, the Inquirer's Managing Editor, took to the spring edition of Neiman Reports, which focuses on diversity in newsrooms. 

Report: Google Still Struggles With Diversity

A new Google report reveals that the tech giant's staff is primarily made up of white and Asian men.

Hiring More Cops of Color Won't End Police Violence Against Black Civilians

Rinku Sen argues that boosting racial diversity in police departments isn't enough to stop racist policing. The solution, she says, lies in confronting unconscious, hidden racial bias and taking a top-to-bottom look at how race affects policies and practices, regardless of who is carrying them out.