At a time when the term diversity appears steadily shifting in meaning and sliding off many radars as a priority, more than 100 of the top diversity officers across the country gathered in Chicago this
WASHINGTON — President Obama’s rage about gun massacres, building for years, spilled out Thursday night as he acknowledged his own powerlessness to prevent another tragedy and pleaded with voters to force change themselves.
“So tonight, as those
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation encouraging that future history textbooks for public schools in California include a section on the 1930s deportation of more than 1 million U.S. citizens of Mexican descent.
OLUMBUS, Ind. — This small city 70 miles north of the Kentucky border might seem an unlikely setting for new protections against discrimination over sexual orientation and gender identity.
Known for its Republican loyalties, Columbus is