Black women in television news are wearing their natural hair as conversations around representation heighten.
Black content creators call on social media platforms to support their work as #blackouts lead to greater exposure.
Cheslie Kryst and Zozibini Tunzi open up about tokenism in pageantry amid racial tensions in America.
The Vancouver-based retailer has now committed to "immediate action" to improve its diversity and inclusion program.
Beauty queen, who was stripped of her title as Miss Ukraine for not disclosing she is a mother on her application and disqualified from competing in Miss World, is suing pageant organizers.
A third grader in Michigan was pulled out of school pictures and put in the principal's office because of a hairstyle that the school deemed "extreme."
A nail salon employee refused service to a woman she believed was "too big" to fit in the salon's chairs for a pedicure.
New details emerge as Yahoo Lifestyle speaks to black Old Navy employees who are accusing the store of discrimination during a taping of Netflix's "Queer Eye."
The case of a transgender woman claiming that more than a dozen salons refused her service because of her gender identity is shining a spotlight on a myriad of issues, and inspiring heated discussion on Twitter.
The volunteer EMT in New York, who was wearing headwear that's an important part of the Sikh faith, says the bar committed religious discrimination.
The referee who forced a high school wrestler to either cut his dreadlocks or forfeit a match is now claiming that he was defamed and is owed $100,000 in damages.
Future is having an online war of words with a plus-size model who claims she was banned from a Miami nightclub due to the rapper’s “no fatties” rule.
The handwritten assignment included a prompt that read, "Your family owns slaves. Create a list of expectations for your family's slaves."
"I am a Christian and I believe marriage is between one man and one woman," Nancy Fivecoate, the owner of Carter Tax Service in Indiana reportedly said.
A seventh grader was asked to cover up a shirt that teachers found offensive, but the girl's parents say the shirt touts a message of anti-discrimination.