Kevin Dietz, who has spent the last 26 years with WDIV Detroit, said his racial comment was his way to address "a serious subject" — a lack of diversity — "through humor."
Writer Simone Kern wasn't expecting to be questioned over why their character was Asian when they wrote about a Chinese-American woman in a short story.
As the competition whittled down to the final five, three Black women were left standing on the stage: Miss North Carolina Cheslie Kryst, Miss Nevada Tianna Tuamoheloa, and Miss Oklahoma Triana Browne. Ultimately, Miss North Carolina — a full-time attorney — walked away with the Miss USA title. In the 67-year history of the Miss USA pageant, many Black women have worn the crown.
Hot on the heels of her 60th birthday, Barbie makes a wish for inclusivity: a wider range of bodies, skin colors, hair types, and physical abilities.
"Conscious fashion" is the new buzzword. But women like Lizzy Okpo, Aurora James, and Shanel Campbell have been practicing it since, well, always.
Akech knows that the beauty industry still has a lot of work to do when it comes to addressing the needs of black girls and women like herself.
With a nod to the trailblazing Black novelist Alice Walker, Hopa quoted in her emotional post, “We are the ones we have been waiting for.”
Silverman's tweet about diversity sparked controversy, with some calling it a "first world problem" while women of color agreed that the issue was "demoralizing."
In honor of International Women’s Day, #BUILTBYGIRLS is releasing a new video series featuring conversations between ambitious young women and the powerhouse women who have all succeeded in breaking into — and quickly dominating — an industry that wasn't ever meant for them.
Inclusivity needs to go beyond the occasional brown arm swatch photo-just ask these four founders of black-owned beauty brands.
The first lady took to her Twitter on Friday morning to write about how she wants people to come together to honor diversity.
Brandi Hanvold, who worked for Walmart for 11 years, said she struggled to get to work on time, sometimes even taking her electric wheelchair down busy roads.
The London Evening Standard spoke to the singer about the importance of black hair, then removed part of hers from the cover.