Diversity is more important than ever in the business world, but equity must go hand-in-hand with these efforts.
International Women's Day is celebrated annually on March 8 and this year's theme is "Choose to Challenge."
The Supreme Court's landmark ruling in the Bostock case protected employees from being discriminated on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. The Equality Act, however, would expand those protections for LGBTQ Americans seeking equal access to healthcare, housing and education.
Vice President Kamala Harris explained the idea of equity in a speech two days before the election, saying it overcame the problem of everyone not starting off with the same amount.
Joe Biden has vowed to end the "Muslim Ban on day one."
Baroness Sayeeda Warsi said history will prove the Conservative Party was wrong when it came to its lack of willingness to tackle Islamophobia in the party.
Advocacy groups called it a "disservice" that moderator Susan Page failed to bring up Vice President Mike Pence's anti-LGBTQ record.
This has left minicab drivers, they suggest, needing to work "14 or 15 hours a day" for "six days a week" to make enough money to support their families.
The Equalities and Human Rights Commission currently has no black commissioners, despite being the UK's equalities watchdog, and former commissioners who were black or from another ethnic minority say their voices were unwelcome.
A former congresswoman who served with John Lewis looks back on the legacy of a civil rights icon.
Pavita Cooper held a fundraising event for a Conservative MP attended by George Osborne and did not mention it to the Equalities and Human Rights Commission.
The ERA would protect all of us—and it has finally been ratified by three-fourths of the states. Clear the roadblocks. It's time to amend the Constitution.
South Carolina could be the state that finally allows the Equal Rights Amendment to be ratified and guarantee equal rights for women in the U.S. Constitution.
The "One Team, One Fight" mantra must include the entire team.
Supporters of the funeral home that fired Aimee Stephens are taking the Supreme Court case a step further—by trying to prove that we do not, or should not, exist at all.
Omar noted that Americans are still being jailed under harsh anti-drug laws, even though several states have already legalised recreational marijuana use.
The televangelist said the legislation could spark nuclear war.
"I'm frustrated that I feel like I'm lying to children when I tell little girls they can grow up to be astronauts."
The former first lady said she was concerned for women after Hillary Clinton lost in 2016.
Researchers called the results of their study "unfortunate."
On International Women's Day, a closer look at what the president has and hasn't done for women.
Pete Hoekstra may have Dutch roots, press in the Netherlands has noted but he is more like "a Dutchman from the Netherlands of the 50s."
The constitutional court gave legislators two years to change the civil law to allow same-sex marriage.