The latest Census Bureau data drop delves into the specifics of Americans’ racial and ethnic profiles  Among white Americans, who comprise some 60 percent of the nation’s total population, nearly 50million identify their background as English   Among the US black population, which has grown by more than five percent since 2010, only half identify as […]

Sign up for the GI Daily here to get the biggest news straight to your inbox The ESA says that Hispanic and Black people are more likely to play games among ethnic group demographics in the US. Its new report notes that 79% of Hispanic adults within the US population are likely to […]

Theatre professional and producer A. Prescod-Lovell. Photo by John Midgley I have worked in and adjacent to the theater industry for approximately seven years. Within that time, I have frequently been in rooms where I am the only Black person. Through my previous work in theater journalism, I have worked to promote a more inclusive […]

Diageo’s commitment to ethnic diversity Diageo already has a diverse workforce, with 27,000 people in over 70 countries. However, we want to ensure we have ethnic diversity at every level of our business, and through the setting of goals, the introduction of industry-leading policies, as well as various other initiatives, we have seen real progress.  […]

Tetra images RF/Getty Images According to the Brennan Center for Justice at the New York University School of Law, 20% of justices serving on state supreme courts are people of color despite Black, Latino, Asian American, Native American and multiracial people making up 40% of the US population. CNN  —  State supreme court justices are […]

UNITED STATES MISSION TO THE UNITED NATIONSOffice of Press and Public DiplomacyFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMay 3, 2023 Joint Statement on the Joint Action Plan to Eliminate Racial and Ethnic Discrimination and Promote Equality  Today, Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield joined Brazil’s Minister of Racial Equality Anielle Franco to reaffirm President Biden and President Lula’s commitment to reinvigorate the U.S.-Brazil […]

We conducted an extensive review of literature to determine any disparities in the representation of ethnic minority groups in UK COVID-19 clinical trials. Our meta-analysis findings demonstrate that in 30 trials of over 100,000 participants, the Asian, Black, Mixed and White ethnic groups were represented to a lesser extent than that suggested by 2011 ONS […]

Antony BlinkenSecretary of StateU.S. GovernmentWashington, DC March 22, 2023 We were very pleased that the Biden Administration publicly announced that the United States is an international accompanier to the Ethnic Chapter of Colombia’s 2016 peace agreement. The signing ceremony that took place with you and Vice President Francia Marquez in October 2022 was symbolically important […]

Hate crimes in the United States surged 11.6% in 2021, with the largest number motivated by bias against Black people, followed by crimes targeting victims for ethnicity, sexuality and religion, the FBI said in a report released on Monday. The FBI said reported hate crime incidents rose to 9,065 in 2021 from 8,120 in 2020. […]

Economic status is not etched in stone. The loss of a job or an unexpected illness may push a middle-class family down a notch on the economic ladder. But fortunes can improve, too, with a graduation from college or marriage to an earning partner lifting a lower-income adult into the middle class. In the United […]

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