Results related to “diversity”
by Jamilah King on March 27 2014, 2:33PM
Daytime TV gets a reality check from one of its biggest black stars.
by Carla Murphy on March 14 2014, 7:00AM
Or, how a little study about media access for people of color and women caused a big fuss
by Julianne Hing on February 10 2014, 4:10PM
As if law school weren’t hard enough. Black UCLA Law School students speak out about the school’s lack of racial diversity.
by Von Diaz on November 13 2013, 11:39AM
Poet and activist Sy Stokes says, ‘This school is not diverse because you put it on a pamphlet.’
by Von Diaz on November 11 2013, 10:03AM
The former head of business development at FourSquare now has his sights set on increasing diversity in the tech sector.
by Von Diaz on October 17 2013, 3:48PM
Food industry experts say tortillas and salsa have replaced potato chips and ketchup.
by Jorge Rivas on January 28 2013, 4:32PM
The 19th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were held on Sunday and every single individual award for an actor went to a white actor.
by Jorge Rivas on December 6 2012, 11:37AM
It’s time Apple starts to think different and consider equity too.
by Jorge Rivas on November 26 2012, 10:55AM
Readers of the entertainment business magazine are calling them out for only featuring white actress in their “The Actresses Roundtable” cover story.
by Jorge Rivas on November 14 2012, 11:14AM
NBC leads the pack as the network with the most diversity in its scripted programming.
by Jorge Rivas on October 25 2012, 4:31PM
Issues pertaining to race have been constant in the 2012 election news coverage, but almost all the people covering those stories have been white.
by Nia King on October 22 2012, 9:03AM
Colorlines readers respond to the second presidential debate’s heated exchanges on immigrants, women, and diversity vs. fairness.
by Rinku Sen on October 18 2012, 9:35AM
This week’s presidential debate highlighted the fact that there’s a distinctive difference between getting invited to the party and actually having fun.
by Hatty Lee on October 10 2012, 9:58AM
The case for affirmative action, from President Lyndon Johnson’s soaring 1965 speech to today’s oral arguments before the Supreme Court.