Workplace discrimination

Black and Brown and White women and men stand in multicolored clothing under shade of tree and blue sky in front of brown buildings

Google Employees Walk Out to Protest Discrimination

Organizers of the international action call for “an end to the sexual harassment, discrimination and the systemic racism” they say pervades the tech giant’s culture.

Black woman with dredlocks in front of a Starbucks.

On Starbucks: Looking Beyond Implicit Bias Training to Systemic Solutions [OP-ED]

Race Forward president Glenn Harris on why Starbucks’ mandatory anti-bias training is a good start, but far from a cure for what ails America.

In this July 30, 2015, image, researchers found evidence that a white dwarf star may have ripped apart a planet as it came too close. The field of astronomy and planetary science subjects women of color to the most workplace harassment in the field.

STUDY: Women of Color Astronomers Face Most Racism, Sexism at Work in Field

Nearly 30 percent feel unsafe in the profession because of racism.  

STUDY: Half of Black Millenials Know a Victim of Police Violence, Still See Cops as Protectors

Fifty-four percent of young black people surveyed say that either they or someone they know have been harassed by police or been the victim of police violence. Meanwhile, 66 percent still think police are there to protect them.