This Interactive Website Maps Lynchings in Jim Crow America
The Equal Justice Initiative’s Lynching in America website lets users view lynchings by state and see video testimonals from the descendants of racial terror victims.
Peek Inside Howard University's New Google Satellite Campus [PHOTOS]
The Howard West facility makes it easy for the HBCU’s computer science students to work with Google staffers in Mountain View, California.
UPDATE: After Pressure From Advocacy Group, Facebook Says 'Of Course' It Wouldn't Participate in Muslim Registry
Facebook and Twitter are the only major tech companies to publicly state that they would not assist with any Muslim registry plans put forth by the Trump administration.
3 Things You Must Do Before You Vote
If you stay ready, you don’t have to get ready. But for those who need a little help, we’ve got you covered!
This Google Doodle Aims 'To Not Only Turn Heads, But Souls As Well'
Tenth grader Akilah Johnson’s winning Google Doodle draws from the history of Black resistance and pride.
New Blind Job Match App Aims to Put More People of Color in Tech
Engineer Stephanie Lampkin, a Black woman, created Blendoor to eliminate racial and gender bias from tech industry hiring.
3 New Ways to Celebrate Black History Month
From #TwitpicTheBlackestPictureInYourPhone to Google’s Cultural Institute, here are a few interesting ways to kick off Black History Month.
WATCH: Pinterest's Tracy Chou Talks Diversity in Silicon Valley
The software engineer is best known for writing an editorial that shed light on the depth of the tech world’s problems with diversity.
ICYMI: Google Photos Bug Tagged Black People as 'Gorillas'
The company scrambled to fix bugs in its Google Photos app that tagged a black man and woman as “gorillas.”
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.
Hastert Indictment, Scripps Spelling Bee Tie, Napping Away Racism?
Some of Friday’s big stories
Feds Crack Down on Cancer Charities, Israel Ditches Segregated Bus Plan, Hubble Birthday
Some of Wednesday’s big stories
RIP B.B. King, Stephanopoulos Apologizes, Google Car Coming Soon
Chicago Reparations, Brits Vote, Atmospheric CO2 Hits New Record
Some of Thursday’s big stories
Google Backs Opps for Latino and Black Entrepreneurs in 3 Cities
Tech entrepreneurs in Chicago, Austin and Durham, N.C., will catch a huge break
Google's Latino-Targeted Domain, .SOY, Inspires Frustration, Confusion
Can the corporation do right by marketing a new top-level domain?
Asians Have Not Become White, No Matter What Google's Diversity Data Says
Scot Nakagawa doubles down on why the model minority myth is so destructive.
Streaming: Google Exec Releases Company's Race and Gender Numbers
Watch the 6pm EST livestream on PBSNewsHour
Google To Release Numbers on Employee Diversity
Will Google’s move force other tech companies to do the same?
Google To Fund City Kids' Bus Rides
Move seen as first in efforts to placate San Francisco’s working class residents