When a DEI statement isn’t enough.

The New Orleans Museum of Art defended appointing Amanda Maples.

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.

Republican Georgia Rep. Mike Collins somehow tried to link diversity and inclusion initiatives to the Ohio train derailment. That sounds like a really loud dog whistle to us.


An internal review by the New York Times revealed it has work to do in creating an environment that is welcoming and inclusive for people of varying ethnic backgrounds, especially Black and Latino staff members.

Critics have complained that Coca-Cola is "forcing" its workers to "be less white" with a training program about confronting racism in the workplace, but the soft drink company is pushing back against that narrative.

The D&I Honors recognized the efforts of diversity and inclusion champions on the sidelines of the annual Congressional Black Caucus Legislative Conference in Washington, D.C.