When a DEI statement isn’t enough.


Here are five ways DEI programs have made a difference at colleges and universities throughout the U.S.

Texas A&M University agreed to pay Kathleen McElroy the settlement and issued an apology, admitting “mistakes were made."

Arizona Republican Rep. Eli Crane called Black people "colored people" on the House floor during a debate over his anti-DEI amendment, prompting Rep. Joyce Beatty to quickly check him.

According to a recent study by LinkedIn, the chief diversity and inclusion officer positions grew by 168.9% from 2019 to 2022.

The presidential candidate's new ad declares "DEI is over in the state of Florida."

The "Don't Call Me Karen" sessions were far from a hit.

A Wall Street Journal writer suggested without evidence that "diversity demands" might have contributed to the Silicon Valley Bank collapse because there was "1 Black" on the board.


A cursory review of the hospital system shows it plays a valuable role in the community, but this doesn’t negate Hill’s experience. People and companies can have good values and intentions, but the impact of decisions and reluctance to push beyond discomfort demands DEI work be prioritized.