Researchers said Latinos, Asians and American Indians were "underrepresented" in U.S.-based clinical trials assessed for a new study published on Monday.
"An equal, diverse and inclusive workplace is a key driver of resilience and recovery," International Labour Organization researchers said.
"It's bigger than they can even show—all the different firms will make your head spin," one parent said.
A diversity film report has shown U.S. audiences support racial inclusion on screen.
Transgender employees at the streaming giant are leading a walkout in protest of Dave Chappelle's new special and comments made by CEO Ted Sarandos.
Netflix's CEO has defended the comedian's special and said the platform will not be taking it down.
"Governor, we feel obligated to inform you that—contrary to your recent public statements—systemic racism does in fact exist here in New Hampshire," the resigned members wrote in a letter.
Actively leaning into feedback from employees can help leaders create workplaces that foster open communication.
"Happy Birthing Person's Day to all the strong, independent birthing people out there!" one user tweeted.
British-Jamaican war nurse Mary Seacole and Noor Inayat Khan, a British spy in World War II and others are being considered.
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Attempts have been made to stop racism and antisemitism from discriminating against people of color and race but made no progress. It's time to take a new approach, and it involves your tongue.
"We are consistently silenced and shunned by our Chain of Command and peers when we speak out against racist behavior," wrote one West Point cadet.
Student Nicole Parsons put up the poster after racist graffiti was scrawled on campus.
Staff were discouraged from using the words "wife" and "husband" because they "can reinforce the idea that people are always in heterosexual relationships."
The move is a sharp change of tack from the Obama administration.
The need for more diverse and inclusive organizations is broadly accepted today. Seven in ten respondents to a survey conducted for this Newsweek report say the topic is clearly visible on the strategy of their organization. Download the full report to learn more.
Across the 414 films and series the study evaluated, over 20 percent didn't have one black speaking character.