"Diversity is certainly important, but competence is critical. We don't need people running areas of gov't who don't have a clue," the evangelical pastor tweeted Friday.
"The executive order stymied diversity and anti-racism training efforts outside of federal agencies as well," read a Tuesday letter from the House Committee on Oversight and Reform.
"I want to see where the process leads to, what it produces," said the South Carolina lawmaker. "But so far it's not good."
The Trump Administration has banned federal agencies and contractors from providing any trainings about sexual or racial bias, calling them divisive un-American propaganda.
CBS thinks this is evolved casting, but its statement suggests it views minorities as props to signal virtue.
"It's time for our better angels to prevail. At our best, America is a beacon for the globe, we will lead not only by the example of our power, but by the power of our example," Biden said.
The president's executive order bans federally-funded staff from providing training that promotes stereotyping based on gender or race.
A law that conditions us to see little beyond race and sexuality sets the stage for shallow, presumptuous judgments.
The New York congresswoman has responded to reports that bank boss Charles Scharf told employees that "there is a very limited pool" of talented Black candidates to recruit from.
The ethnicity pay gap "is costing the British economy as much as £24 billion ($31 billion) a year."
Critical race theory is inherently divisive. It splits American society into racial groups and insists that the tension between them cannot disappear until we've eliminated all existing social structures.
People develop new behaviors by copying what they see, not by being told what to do.
A lack of diversity has been a major criticism at the events, with failure to nominate black or minority actors in 2016 led to the #OscarsSoWhite backlash.
Ten Dodger players, led by Clayton Kershaw, expressed support for Black Lives Matter, but the team that Jackie Robinson integrated in 1947 will sport a nearly all-white starting lineup on MLB Opening Day.
Toms River Councilwoman Laurie Huryk confirmed during Tuesday night's town council meeting that she'd received a threatening letter at her home.
The Seattle Police Department said many of their newly hired, non-white officers would be the first let go should the city continue with drastic, politically motivated talks of budget cuts.
Employees say the plan devalues their hard work during the "most grueling and difficult time of our careers" as COVID-19 increases their work hours and expectations.
"I wish I knew then what I know today," Marta Kauffman, the co-creator of "Friends," said during a recent virtual panel.
We are desperately short on engineers—but slow to remove obstacles that prevent talented women and members of ethnic minority groups from joining the profession.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson said anti-bias training only "deepens racial wounds" during a rant against proposed banking diversity legislation on his show Thursday.
With companies like PayPal saying no, the adult film business pays a price for its bad reputation.
During a 'Late Show with Stephen Colbert' appearance, Andrew Yang said that the lack of diversity during Tuesday's Democratic debate reflected "inequities and realities in our economy."
The Vermont senator also said any Supreme Court nominee would have to be "100 percent" in favour of the Roe v. Wade decision.
The "One Team, One Fight" mantra must include the entire team.
Beyond the electoral milestones, Democrats reportedly plan to inaugurate several additional historical firsts when they wrest control of the legislature next year.
Roughly three-quarters of Democrats believe diversity makes American stronger, and about half of Republicans respondents agreed.
Leaders from Christian-affiliated universities and colleges all over the country converged in Oregon last week to discuss diversity and inclusion on their campuses.