After criticism and calls for ethnic diversity, Apple wants to add some new emoji faces.
Rev. Jesse Jackson plans to lead a delegation to the Hewlett Packard annual shareholders meeting on Wednesday to bring attention to Silicon Valley’s poor record of including blacks and Latinos in hiring, board appointments and startup funding.
The San Jose Fire Department is planning on holding a recruitment class early next year, a significant event as it will be the first one held in the city in five years.
A bake sale by Berkeley College Republicans Tuesday that was aimed at satirizing race-based admissions generated heated debates and counter-protests but no major problems.
A lawsuit may soon be filed challenging Santa Clara’s all white City Council. In response, the city is forming a committee to see if changes need to be made to its city charter.
An East Bay elementary school’s gender diversity lesson using all-girl geckos and transgender clownfish has caused a stir.
As the online encyclopedia, Wikipedia nears its 10th birthday on Saturday, its leaders are seeking a more diverse group of editors.
Stanford has revived a program aimed at increasing the number of minority students seeking admission to its medical school. That number had essentially fallen flat over the last 20 years.
The University of California continues to make strides toward enrolling a more diverse student population, but a new report finds the U.C. system still has work to do. This latest report looks at fall 2010 […]