National Native American Heritage Month provides an opportunity for our entire community to rethink the profound debt it owes to the indigenous peoples who provided the land on which UC Berkeley...

After the 2015 Obergefell decision that legalized gay marriage in the United States, the LGBTQ+ community was riding high following an increasing wave of acceptance in national polls

While many equate Jewish as a religion in and of itself, being Jewish is so much more than that. It’s a culture, a family, a sense of self. Of the 7.5 million 2020 Jewish Americans, more than a...

The history behind Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month begins with two people with different Asian backgrounds influenced by two different eras in American history: Yuji Ichioka...

On April 19, 2021, President Biden became the first sitting president to recognize National Arab American Heritage Month, which has been celebrated by states and cultural leaders since the 1990s....

On March 17, you’ll probably be bombarded by people wearing their finest “Kiss Me I’m Irish” or emerald-green attire to celebrate a man called Saint Patrick. We tend to mark the occasion with...

Lorena González has always been drawn to helping students—specifically those who attend community college and reflect her own lived experiences.

It is not by accident that we celebrate Black History Month throughout February. Dr. Carter G. Woodson, known as the Father of Black History and the founder of the Association for the Study of...

Join our speaker series featuring corporate leaders in diversity, equity and inclusion roles who will share their journeys and the insights that they've gained while advocating for these issues in...

Join our speaker series featuring corporate leaders in diversity, equity and inclusion roles who will share their journeys and the insights that they've gained while advocating for these issues in...

There is an assumption that thinking like an entrepreneur means that you’ve got a new business or service that you want to bring to market. It’s the mindset that has been driving the successes of...

Join our speaker series featuring corporate leaders in diversity, equity and inclusion roles who will share their journeys and the insights that they've gained while advocating for these issues in...

It’s been 31 years since the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed by the U.S. Congress. While much has changed in those years—such as making it unlawful to discriminate against any...

Like many immigrants before and after them, Italians came to America because it is viewed as the land of opportunity—something their home country may have stopped being—or they came as refugees...

In the ever-changing workplace, leaders with expertise in diversity, equity and inclusion are now more important than ever. We are excited that we'll soon be celebrating one year of our special DE...

Join our speaker series featuring corporate leaders in diversity, equity and inclusion roles who will share their journeys and the insights that they've gained while advocating for these issues in...

From September 15–October 15, we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. This encompasses the panoply of hispanic peoples who have made their home here in California and in the rest of the United...

In the ever-changing workplace, leaders with expertise in diversity, equity and inclusion are now more important than ever.

For this event, we speak with Ben-Saba Hasan, Senior VP and Chief Global Culture, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer at Walmart, Inc.

Hear from Leslie Gray, Head of Diversity and Inclusion and Chief of Staff, Office of the CEO, at Mozilla.

Almost three years after the Emancipation Proclamation, advancing troops arrived in Galveston, Texas, where their leader pronounced General Order No. 3, a proclamation of the freedom on June 19,...

Hear from Shareka Nelson, who has just started a new role as Global Head of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging at Coursera.

Needless to say, 2020 put a glaring spotlight on the many crises affecting our country.

In the ever-changing workplace, leaders with expertise in diversity and inclusion are now more important than ever.

CQ measures your capability to relate and work effectively in culturally diverse situations.

In the ever-changing workplace, leaders with expertise in diversity and inclusion are now more important than ever.

How can corporations advance Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) concepts from dialogue and intention into action?

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) address and bring clarity to how identity, racism, microaggressions and implicit bias play a part in the workplace.

With an eye on increasing diversity in the workforce, here are some interesting videos to bring inspiration, awareness and thought-provoking ideas on the power of inclusion. 

Although the statistics point to a growing and more diverse U.S. population, we continue to see patterns of unequal representation in the workforce. The gender pay gap persists in the U.S....