Student leaders with Harvard’s Affirmative Action Coalition shared statements with NewsOne, ahead of oral arguments in the two cases brought by Students for Fair Admissions.

A university leader suggested declining enrollment was because campus is "too diverse."

“This project gives artists a chance to increase their visibility as business owners and social impact leaders,” shared Fifteen Percent Pledge founder Aurora James.

NBA star Stephen Curry is on a mission to diversify the sport of golf through a new initiative.

Serena Williams has joined forces with the company Karat to increase the representation of Black engineers in tech.

Dr. Valerie Sheares Ashby will become the first woman to serve as president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.

Clark Atlanta University alumna Danielle Mitchell is on a mission to increase the representation of Black women in the clinical research industry.

M’lis Ward—the first Black woman captain in commercial passenger aviation—is on a mission to increase the representation of Black women in the industry.

Detroit’s first Black women-owned skating academy strives to make figure skating lessons accessible to youth living in low-income households.

The Los Angeles Board of Water and Power Commissioners has invested $5 million in HBCUs to increase representation in the engineering industry.

Now-former Fort Lauderdale Police Chief Larry Scirotto was fired after department employees complained he committed equal opportunity violations after saying a wall of police chief photos was "'too white’ and ‘I’m gonna change that.’"

Pamela Culpepper has made history as the first Black woman appointed to serve on Prada’s Board of Directors.