Federal agencies must sustain the efforts undertaken by President Barack Obama to ensure that the U.S. national security workforce reflects the talent and experience of the entire country.
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There Is a Supply of Diverse Workers in Tech, So Why Is Silicon Valley So Lacking in Diversity?
Asian American wealth inequality is greater and rising faster than white wealth inequality.
A two-pronged attack is necessary to break down structural barriers that are preventing low-income families from finding affordable housing.
The U.S. Senate must do more to rid itself of its reputation as one of the world’s whitest workplaces.
Varying reactions to Castro’s death offer a somber reminder that oppression and opportunity, often coded by ethnicity and race, are not always clear-cut diametric opposites.
Inconsistent and restrictive family definitions have historically marginalized many families, but improvements can be made to serve a fuller range of diverse family structures, especially LGBTQ families.
In the wake of the presidential election, it is necessary for Americans to redefine themselves as a nation of multicultural identities, not a reflection of a bygone narrative.
Actress Debbie Allen's new musical, "Freeze Frame…Stop the Madness," takes a look at race and justice in America and the role of art in social change.
Despite being vital breadwinners and members of the workforce, Latinas continue to be underpaid.
At a recent CAP event, award-winning entertainer Debbie Allen discussed her latest project, “Freeze Frame,” and her hope that it will lead to action in the fight against gun violence.
The representation of women of color in corporate America and political office should reflect their growing economic and electoral power.
As policymakers consider new ideas, developing a policy agenda that promotes the economic security and leadership of black women is imperative.
Divisive rhetoric harms many diverse groups—including women, Muslims, and those perceived to be Muslim—and Americans must use their vote to speak up.
Controversy Surrounding Filmmaker Nate Parker Highlights Need to Dismantle Rape Culture at Societal Level
If these issues are only publicly discussed in the context of a cult of celebrity, then the hyperbolic debate will continue to miss the real issue.
Policymakers and advocates must remain vigilant against efforts to suppress voters of color from exercising their constitutional right.