From erroneous terminations to racially biased facial recognition tech, what happens when the robot gets it wrong?
Why the Harlem Cultural Festival, known as “Black Woodstock,” was forgotten for decades.
“She was prescient in many ways,” says Nina Banks, editor of a new book on the speeches and writing of Sadie T. M. Alexander.
An excerpt from a Federal Reserve conference series about race and the economy focused on diversifying the profession itself.
Economist Dambisa Moyo on the evolving roles and responsibilities of corporate boards
According to a recent survey, 30% of Black investors under 40 first got into the market in 2020.
Smaller businesses owned by women and people of color often lack the banking relationships that larger companies have.