Is it inclusion or fronting when a company asks junior Black employees to attend high-level meetings?
Esports organization Cloud9 will field its first all-women esports team in Riot Games’ Valorant esports competition.
What happens when decision-makers in tech companies simply don’t reflect the diversity of the general population?
Consumers are adept at spotting the difference between authentic activism and performative allyship.
IKEA delayed its catalog because of one potentially racist photograph in the middle of the 296-page book.
As part of its $100 million commitment to racial equity, Apple has opened applications to an Entrepreneur Camp for Black Founders, to be held in early 2021.
The ESA Foundation’s executive director, Anastasia Staten, is heartened by the opportunity to push the cause of diversity in gaming in 2020.
Interbrand’s Rebecca Robins argues for incorporating new, diverse perspectives that today’s executives may not have considered.
Covid-19 vaccine trials are struggling to recruit diverse patients as the industry works to undo long-standing exclusionary practices.
Into the Mother Lands stands out for several reasons: It’s created and acted by people of color, it’s a sci-fi RPG setting, and Twitch is its sponsor.