What Journalism Needs Is Not More Diversity, But Less White Supremacy

By Janine Jackson, Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting. -

As police violence against Black people and those who would rise in their defense forces a national engagement—of a sort—with the reality of white supremacy in our institutions, the widening [...]

The Con Of Diversity

By Chris Hedges, Truthdig.com -

In 1970, when black students occupied the dean’s office at Harvard Divinity School to protest against the absence of African-American scholars on the school’s faculty, the white administration [...]

Diversity Revolt At The Wall Street Journal

By Nathan McAlone, www.businessinsider.com -

By Nathan McAlone for Business Insider - Reporters and editors at The Wall Street Journal have signed a letter to management expressing concern about the roles of women and people of color in the [...]

Diversity Is Not Enough And, Done Alone, It Can Be Counterproductive

By Jacqueline Patterson, www.huffingtonpost.com -

By Jacqueline Patterson for The Huffington Post - Three days ago I had yet another conversation where well-intended, but poorly implemented diversification efforts have fallen short and resulted [...]

After Days Of Protests, Students Occupy Building At Occidental College

By Jason Song and Teresa Watanabe, www.latimes.com -

By Jason Song and Teresa Watanabe for Los Angeles Times - After several days of protesting Occidental College's handling of diversity issues, students occupied an administrative building Monday, [...]

After People’s Climate March: Diversify Funding Of Climate Justice

By Robert Bullard, www.opednews.com -

Much attention in the last couple of months has been devoted to the lack of diversity in mainstream environmental organizations. While just under 40 percent of the U.S. population is people of [...]