For the first time in its history, the majority of accepted students for Harvard University’s incoming class are non-white. This Boston Globe story explains how the university achieved the diversity milestone. It included an aggressive effort by Harvard recruiters to …
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The Pacific Standard has examined the latest research to show that the Unites States has seen a change over the last five years in the demographics of those who identify as being in the LBGT community. During this period, the …
Adweek asks a fundamental and difficult business question about diversity in 2017. Because of strong anti-immigration and xenophobic rhetoric and diminished minority influence as a result of the presidential election, will business views about an inclusive and diverse workforce change? …
This story from BillMoyers.com explains how today’s news media and their newsrooms don’t come close to reflecting America’s diversity. It uses a photo from an MSNBC ad about their journalist who cover the presidential campaign to make the article’s point …