Wanuri Kahiu's films and stories don't need tragedies. Her "Afro-bubblegum" art is fun and even frivolous, and rejects the idea that she needs to grapple with dark, violent problems. At the same time, she has come to see her work…
By PBS NewsHour
A series of exposes and resignations have newly shone a spotlight on the actions of tech companies, investors and funders, including how prominent venture capitalists have been accused of unwanted sexual advances. William Brangham talks to Freada Kapor Klein, founder…
By Jake Murray, The Conversation
Elite public schools that use entrance exams in the admissions process promote inequity, especially for black and Latino students.
By Vivek Wadhwa
There is no free pass for the tech industry anymore. It must grow up and clean house.
By Victoria Pasquantonio
There's a slow but growing movement toward greater diversity in comics.
By Kamaria Roberts
After years of major fashion houses facing criticism for lack of racial diversity, Gucci's Pre-Fall 2017 campaign is an incredible display of black culture.
By Ricky House
I can count on one hand the number of black men who have taught me in a classroom setting and that is not okay.
Here's a different take: Women don't need to conform to a man's game to find success in the workplace, Sallie Krawcheck says.
By PBS NewsHour
Why are there so few black male teachers? Chris Emdin of Columbia University suggests that a cycle of failure haunts students and their teachers. Students act out, so teachers tighten the rules; more restrictions combined with dull and irrelevant curricula…
By Lisa Desjardins
Here’s how the diversity in the nation compares with the makeup of the new Congress and the proposed new Trump cabinet (looking at the 19 nominees he’s named).
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