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Black workers were the only racial or ethnic group for whom unemployment rose in the most recent monthly data — to nearly 9%.
A new investigation finds that people of color are more likely to have their mortgage applications rejected than comparable white applicants.
Why the Harlem Cultural Festival, known as “Black Woodstock,” was forgotten for decades.
"We are at an inflection point," said Carmen Tapio, founder and CEO of North End Teleservices.
Professor Ella L.J. Bell Smith of Dartmouth says companies must bring people of color into their executive pipelines and develop their abilities.
A new McKinsey report details the sweeping economic disparities Black Americans face.
Programs meant to connect large corporations with more diverse suppliers are not working.
Many large companies are interested in both the cause and the financial returns, says Melissa Bradley of 1863 Ventures.
Dewayne Goldmon of the Agriculture Department sees the aid as narrowing the economic gap between farmers of color and white farmers.
An new analysis of Fortune 500 companies finds that progress in diversifying corporate boards has been "painfully slow."