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Young Men of Color Matter Before They’re Victims

by | May 10, 2015
President’s comforting words arrive too late for some. [...] Read more

Lawsuits Against Art Institute of Pittsburgh Dismissed

by Jamal Eric Watson | April 27, 2015
U.S. District Court judges in Pittsburgh ordered enforcement of an alternative dispute resoluti [...] Read more

NYC Cop Apologizes for Racist Rant Against South Asian

by | April 5, 2015
Good enough or not so fast? Video is a reminder of the deep hate in everyday life. [...] Read more

Video Surfaces of Oklahoma Frat House Mom Chanting N-Word

by Diverse Staff | March 10, 2015
The University of Oklahoma Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity made news once again this week when a [...] Read more

Appeals Court: Case Western Can Deny Student’s Medical Degree

by Associated Press | January 29, 2015
A federal appeals court has ruled that a university in Cleveland can deny a medical degree to a [...] Read more

Believing and Achieving King’s Dream

by | January 15, 2015
The question lies not in the promises made but can the promises be kept. [...] Read more

Second Review Sought in Case Against Professor

by Associated Press | January 1, 2015
A northwest Missouri prosecutor is seeking another court hearing in a case against a former un [...] Read more

Harvard Law Agrees to Sex Harassment Resolution

by Associated Press | December 30, 2014
Harvard Law School has agreed to revise its sexual harassment and assault policies and to revie [...] Read more

Diverse Dockett: Judge Tosses Out Retaliation Suit Against University of Washington

by Eric Freedman | December 28, 2014
Dr. W. Gary Olson admitted granting “ghost credits” for no work to qualify low-income, part [...] Read more

HBCU Stakeholders List Financing Programs, Affordability as Top Issues

by Autumn A. Arnett |
The 2014 State of HBCUs Report reflects concern about the health of the institutions in the wak [...] Read more

Daughter’s Suit Over Tuition Goes to Higher Court

by Associated Press | December 23, 2014
A higher court will be handling the case of whether a divorced New Jersey couple must pay thei [...] Read more

MIT Pulls Online Lectures Over Harassment Claim

by Associated Press | December 9, 2014
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has removed a retired physics professor’s lectures [...] Read more

Court Rejects Fired Iowa Professor’s Appeal

by Ryan J. Foley, Associated Press | November 27, 2014
IOWA CITY, Iowa ― An appeals court upheld the firing of a University of Iowa radiology profes [...] Read more

I Voted Already. Did You?

by | November 2, 2014
Value your vote before the second coming of Jim Crow strips it from you. [...] Read more

Voting is a Privilege and an Opportunity for Civic Engagement

by | October 23, 2014
Early voting started recently and will continue until November 4. It is our opportunity to vote [...] Read more