Diversity and Democracy
“U.S. corporations say they’ll hire one million Black workers in the next decade” by Kate Kelly, The New York Times
Thirty major U.S. corporations are creating a start-up organization to recruit more Black employees in an effort to diversify workforces and help combat America’s racial wealth gap.

Slavery and Its Aftermath
“Johns Hopkins Reveals That Its Founder Owned Slaves” by Jennifer Schuessler, The New York Times
Although Johns Hopkins has long been revered as a staunch abolitionist, newly surfaced historical documents from Johns Hopkins University reveal that he was actually a slaveholder.

Water, Equity and Security
“California Water Futures Begin Trading Amid Fear of Scarcity” by Kim Chipman, Bloomberg Green
With water scarcity a looming threat in California, investors have signed a ground-breaking contract to be able to bet on future California water availability and prices.

The Future of Work
“Google Employees Call Black Scientist’s Ouster ‘Unprecedented Research Censorship’” by Bobby Allyn, NPR
The firing of a Google employee for identifying racial bias in facial recognition technologies has many concerned about the accountability of artificial intelligence technologies.



Diversity and Democracy
"Asian Americans" by PBS (2020)
A five-part documentary series explores the historical and ongoing impacts of the Asian American diaspora, the fastest-growing population in the United States, through intimate personal stories.



Diversity and Democracy
“Affirmative Action: Truth and Lies” by The United States of Anxiety (2020)
An in-depth look at workplace segregation and the contentious history of affirmative action in the United States.