Chaka Khan and H.E.R. perform onstage during the 38th Annual Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony at Barclays Center on November 03, 2023 in New York City. (Photo by Kevin Kane/Getty Images for The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame )

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame to Emphasize Diversifying its Inductees

“We have to do better, but we’re making progress,” Chairman John Sykes said.

Study: Number Of Senate Top Black Staffers Declines

These staffers who have a vital role in policymaking are largely missing from the process.

Study: Corporate America Made Good On Promises To Increase Diversity After BLM Protests

Still, most hiring happened for the lowest-paying jobs, as White people dominated the top corporate positions.

Florida Black Male Achievers Program Won't Have To Change Its Name, After All

The state’s new anti-diversity law leaves many concerned about the future of Black campus groups at Tallahassee Community College.

Florida Black Men’s College Group Could Be Forced To Change Name Under New State Law

Gov. Ron DeSantis’ Anti-WOKE crusade also threatens Black sororities and fraternities, opponents say.

NBA Scores High, Wins Praise For Its Progressive Diversity Practices

The league received a grade of A in the 2023 NBA Racial and Gender Report Card released by the Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport.

Texas A&M To Pay $1 Million Settlement To Black Journalism Professor After Probe Uncovers Botched Hiring

The school ‘has learned from its mistakes,’ the university says.

Don’t Get it Twisted: Affirmative Action Still Exists…Just Not for Us

Opinion: With the Supreme Court deciding to gut an educational policy that helped millions, score another victory for White supremacy.

Biden Condemns Supreme Court’s Decision To End Race-Conscious College Admissions

The president says many people misunderstand how affirmative action works and offers new guidance going forward.

BREAKING NEWS: Supreme Court Ends Affirmative Action in Education In Landmark Ruling

According to the majority of Supreme Court Justices, affirmative action is no longer constitutional.

Survey: Black Executives See Mixed Improvements In Corporate Diversity Since George Floyd's Death

Corporate America vowed to spend billions of dollars to help end systemic racism.