Evan Rose, co-author and Saieh Family Research Fellow at the University of Chicago, discusses how discrimination based on job applicant name is still pervasive
“She was prescient in many ways,” says Nina Banks, editor of a new book on the speeches and writing of Sadie T. M. Alexander.
Researchers say they must overcome deep mistrust of medical research in the Black, Latinx and Native American communities in recruiting volunteers for vaccine testing.
Some of the initiative is philanthropic, but most of it is lending with an expected return for the bank.
You can trace it back to the 1960s and the advent of the Black Stuntmen's Association.
A traveling exhibit connects the racist housing policies of the past to the inequities of today.
Can Founders Brewing repair its reputation with some bars and beer drinkers around Michigan?
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments in African American media entrepreneur Byron Allen's case against Comcast.
Greater transparency around salaries could help close racial and gender pay gaps but can be tricky to navigate.
Last week, a manager from a Starbucks in Philadelphia called the police on two black men who had been waiting for a friend.