racism

Papa John's Founder Tries to Clarify Eyebrow-Raising Comment Made During Interview

John Schnatter turned heads on social media after he told OANN that he was trying to "get rid of" the N-word in his vocabulary.

Justin Chan

5 Ways to Respond to Racism at Work with Grace

It's all about the disciplined pursuit of rising beyond the mess.

Thalia Toha

Free On-Demand Webinar: Making History as the NBA's First Black Female CEO

Join us as we chat with Dallas Mavericks' CEO Cynthia "Cynt" Marshall as she discusses owning your seat at the head of the table, social justice, transforming culture and more.

Jason Nazar

Oprah Sending 500 Copies of Isabel Wilkerson's Book 'Caste' to Hundreds of CEOs and Leaders

The critically-acclaimed look at America's racial hierarchy could inspire a season of change.

Kenny Herzog

Trader Joe's is Renaming International Products After Petition Calls Out Racist Branding

The packaging in question features names like 'Trader Ming's,' 'Arabian Joe's,' and 'Trader José,' among others.

Irene Jiang

Free Webinar | July 20: How to Navigate the Challenges of Racism at Work

Join our panel of experts discuss how they have navigated racism in the professional space and what entrepreneurs and business owners need to do to combat/prevent racism at work.

Former FBI Agent's Call to Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders: Love Is the Cure for Social Injustice

Tell your stories of challenges and struggle. You will connect to those with whom you might see stark differences.

To Understand the Riots, Consider the 'Valuation' of Black Lives

The CEO of the Association for Enterprise Opportunity contextualizes the unrest in stark financial terms.

Frances Dodds

How Should You Be Talking With Employees About Racism?

Diversity and inclusion experts weigh in. One throughline: It's better to grapple with the issue openly than say nothing because you're afraid of getting it wrong.

Frances Dodds

Burger King Pulled an Ad Showing People Eating Its Vietnamese Burger With Oversized Chopsticks After It Was Called Racist

Many social-media users argued that the ad used chopsticks as a comedy vehicle and was culturally insensitive.

Meredith Cash