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A Newsday investigation found Long Island real estate agents treated minority groups unfairly.

A 3-year-long Newsday investigation found Long Island real estate agents’ widespread unequal treatment against Hispanic, Asian, and black homebu...

Reporters found Long Island real estate agents treated prospective homebuyers from minority groups differently from those who are white.

42% of US employees have experienced or seen racism at work. It’s the latest example of how diversity efforts are falling short, especially in A...

Recent surveys from McKinsey and SAP have also pointed to lagging racial diversity and inclusion efforts at US companies.
Jonathan Sutherland.

A Penn State football player got a letter from a fan that called his dreadlocks ‘disgusting.’ Now his coach and school are jumping to the ...

Pennsylvania State University safety Jonathan Sutherland received a letter from an alumnus from Penn State who was critical of his appearance.

The owner of the controversial ‘Flintstone House’ in Silicon Valley says the city discriminated against her after they called her house a ...

The owner of the Flintstone House in court that will allow her to challenge the town who called her house an eyesore.
The Fed's economists are mostly white and male.

The Fed made one key recruitment change to hire more women and minorities, and it’s a model for any company struggling to diversify

Instead of prioritizing resumes from Ivy League grads, recruiters began taking work experience and soft skills into greater consideration.

Harvard discrimination trial ends in win for affirmative action, but Supreme Court battle may loom on the horizon

While the ruling was a short term win for Harvard, Students for Fair Admissions is expected to appeal the case to the Supreme Court.
Randi Woodley

A Texas grandmother says she was told to cut her 4-year-old grandson’s long hair — or he’d need to wear a dress to school

Randi Woodley said staff members from the Tatum Independent School District said her grandson Michael Trimble's shoulder-length hair was too long.
Crusher Club founder Sally Hazelgrove, pictured cutting dreadlocks off of two teens.

An NFL and Roc Nation-backed nonprofit cut kids’ dreadlocks off as a symbol for ‘a better life’ and people are outraged

Crushers Club founder Sally Hazelgrove came under fire on Thursday when images emerged of her cutting dreadlocks for teens.

A viral video shows the owner of an event hall in Mississippi declining to host an interracial wedding because of her ‘Christian belief’

The event hall faced significant backlash on social media, and the owner issued an apology on the business's now-deleted Facebook page.

A Philadelphia Starbucks employee wrote ‘ISIS’ on the cup of a customer in Islamic dress instead of ‘Aziz’

The customer, Niquel Johnson, told the Washington Post that he felt shocked and angry after the incident. "I felt it was discrimination," he said.