Liberal political commentator and attorney Angela Rye said one reason for the lack of diversity in the White House is that "nobody wants to go work for a racist."
Seth Grossman, a “Make America Great Again” candidate who clinched a surprise win last week in South New Jersey’s Republican congressional primary, is coming under national scrutiny for saying that “the whole idea of diversity is a bunch of crap and un-American.”
"Young people will finally see superheroes that look like them on the big screen," the former first lady tweeted.
Without Omarosa Manigault Newman, Ben Carson may be the highest-ranking black White House staffer.
Congressman Steve King tweeted on Friday that America's strength has nothing to do with diversity.
Tremain Cooper is hoping a widely condemned homework assignment telling fifth-graders to defend the actions of Ku Klux Klan members will lead to more diversity in the predominately white elementary school.
How can educators make sure that teaching and learning in their diverse classrooms is effective and equitable?
A wealth of evidence suggests that biological differences could account for differences in employment patterns.
The Google engineer received support from several high-profile figures after his firing over a leaked memo that suggested "biological" reasons caused the tech industry's gender gap.
Uber's workforce overall is comprised of 36 percent women, but that number falls to 15 percent when looking at employees with technical roles, the company said.
A lack of diversity among photojournalists runs the danger of perpetuating clichés and crippling stereotypes, but the industry is slowly starting to address the problem.
Black Girls Code is trying to get girls interested in computer programming, and keep them there.
Could the next Doctor be a minority or a woman? The show should adapt, says its star.
Bad Robot will require project lists of writers, directors and others to "be at the very least representative of the country we live in."
A study titled “Inclusion or Invisibility?” confirms that the backlash isn’t just driven by hype.
Across the 414 films and series the study evaluated, over 20 percent didn't have one black speaking character.