What’s wrong with expecting makeup companies to include black bloggers in their PR campaigns? Or Marvel Comics marketing
It's early on a Saturday morning, and the brand-new Spotify headquarters in New York's Flatiron District are bustling with
Matt Wood, policy director at public interest group Free Press, said the new survey was seriously flawed. The firm surveyed
HOUSTON — As a partner and chief diversity officer at Thompson & Knight, Pauline Higgins was not afraid to press the issue
We all know the power women have to change the world in dynamic ways. From Beyonce’s consistent advocacy for girls to Ursula
But while the findings compound a recent report on the role the Great Recession has played in perpetuating the wealth gap
Once you get there: Join and use customer loyalty programs: Use hotel rewards, airline miles, and loyal customer perks, which
Teen clothing brand Wet Seal has reached a $7.5 million settlement over allegations that it horrendously discriminated against
Classic story includes timeless themes to avoid career ruin Since the movie is set to premiere today, I felt inclined to
Diversity is no longer simply a matter of creating a heterogeneous workforce, but using that workforce to innovate and give
New findings published Monday by CardHub.com suggest that six of the best ten U.S. cities for “wallet wellness” are in the
William Michael Cunningham says the black community has a tradition of “passing the hat” to collect donations when a friend
That finding contradicts what is said to be the crux of the American Dream, that all Americans have equality of opportunity
HBCUs are broke. Students know it, alumni know it, corporations know it and the government knows it. Until now, HBCUs have prepared their students to be leaders in a range of industries. But they haven't yet taught, with consistency, how to own these industries.
According to a press release on the program, entrepreneurs can apply through The Marathon Foundation website at www.marathonfdn.org
Our mothers and grandmothers "got it." They knew that the world is not designed for women, particularly their daughters, to create lives in which they could thrive. They knew that the key to standing up to these challenges was education.
I'm a little nervous that some of the "fun" I had in the past may affect my future prospects of employment. I have heard of potential employers doing an Internet search before hiring someone. Do companies have the right to use this information against me?