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Hollywood nearly quadrupled the number of women of color in leading roles last year, but it still needs to do more to include LGBTQ people
The movie industry is getting better at casting women and people of color, according to a new study, but there are still huge b;lind spots.
Google employees are circulating a memo written by a former Googler who says they encountered racism and ‘never stopped feeling the burden of be...
The former employee also laid out three steps they think Google should take to improve its diversity and inclusion efforts.
These plus-size Asian women posed in ball gowns for a breathtaking viral photo shoot to make a statement about representation
Author Michelle Elman told INSIDER she created the images with photographer Linda Blacker to "show the fashion industry what they're missing."
‘Game of Thrones’ star Nathalie Emmanuel says the reaction to Missandei’s death can serve as a diversity lesson for casting future s...
The actress said inclusive casting might help fans feel less heartbroken when they lose a character they feel represented by.
Facebook says it wants to ‘double our number of women globally and Black and Hispanic employees in the US’ as it reports its annual workfo...
Facebook's newest diversity report only shows modest gains, but the social network is still setting itself a very high bar.
I’m an American who’s lived in Europe for 10 years — these are the 3 things about US culture that I miss the most
Despite the many problems in US society today, there are still things Americans should be grateful for.
Adidas has a diversity problem at its US headquarters, and some employees say they are marginalized and discriminated against
Of the nearly 1,700 employees at Adidas' US headquarters in Portland, less than 4.5% identify as black, The Times reported.
Gen Z employees in the San Francisco Bay Area have the highest salaries for 12 out of the 15 tech jobs listed.
There’s a record number of women on the boards of Fortune 500 companies. Racial and ethnic minorities, not so much.
Women filled 183 of the 462 open board room positions at Fortune 500 companies, according to a new report.
"What matters to me is their viewpoint about diversity," said one New Hampshire voter who supported Sen. Bernie Sanders in the 2016 primary.