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Brands’ commitment to change the industry ebbs and flows.
Model and agent Bethann Hardison has fought to overturn the culture of racism and discrimination that's pervaded much of the fashion world.
A.G. Gaston was a Black entrepreneur who invested millions of dollars into the Civil Rights Movement and Black America.
Some Indigenous artists say they've never been able to charge what their work is truly worth. Now, rising material costs are eating into profits.
"There are just a lot of positive ripple effects for communities," says Kali Grant of Georgetown, who co-wrote the updated report.
After the loan repayment assistance program was scrapped, the USDA is having trouble regaining the trust of Black farmers.
Colleges that educate many students of color say they are open to visits.
"American companies are going to have to work harder": How today's affirmative action ruling puts U.S. companies at a disadvantage
Peter Blair Henry, Dean Emeritus of NYU's business school, explains how today's ruling will affect corporate performance.
Although companies are more cautious about their initiatives, most U.S .workers support focus on diversity, equity and inclusion.
Higher mortgage rates could disproportionately hurt Black homebuyers.