In a brand new role for H&M, the retail company has appointed Ezinne Kwubiri as the Head of Inclusion and Diversity for North...
MEET H&M’S NEWLY APPOINTED HEAD OF INCLUSION AND DIVERSITY FOR NORTH AMERICA
AFRO And CLEO TV To Join Comcast’s Xfinity TV In January 2019 Arts & Entertainment, Business Sense, Featured
The two African American majority owned independent networks join REVOLT and ASPiRE on Comcast's growing roster of diverse programming
After an announcement from Comcast Corporations today, we can expect to see AFRO and CLEO TV on our Xfinity...
10 Year-Old Celai West Dominates Life’s Runway, Acting, and Using Her Platform For Positive Influence Featured, Style, Youth on the RYSE
The ten-year-old businesswoman, CEO, fashion and runway model is living her dream while staying focused on the bigger picture.
While growing up most children aspire to become doctors, lawyers, police officers, maybe even firefighters. On rare occasion do...
Virginia Tech Graduate Becomes First Black Female Nanoscientist In Virginia Featured, On the RYSE
The university uses the opportunity to increase diversity within its STEM programs.
22-year-old Richmond native Ginai Seabron makes history after graduating with a degree in Nanoscience from Virginia Tech. The first...
Marvel Is Bringing Diversity Behind The Scenes With A Black Woman Lead Writer Newsticker, On the RYSE, Trailblazers
Best known for her book of essays entitled Bad Feminist, Roxanne Gay is a writer on the verge of changing the game for Marvel
Roxanne Gay is a writer on the verge of changing the game for Marvel. Best known for her book...
New Chinese Superman Emphasizes Importance Of Diversity In The Comic-Book Universe Arts & Entertainment
Kenan Kong is a hero synergizing the classic tale of overcoming oneself with the cultural influences of living in China.
A part of a new DC Comics’ series, “New Super-Man” features a new kind of super-hero. The star is...
Paul Ryan Posts Selfie With All Of The Capitol Interns and It Exposes A Very Real Issue Political Power
Paul Ryan posts picture of Capitol Hill interns with almost NO ethnic diversity
A selfie that Speaker of the House Paul Ryan posted of more than 100 Capitol Hill interns sparked outrage over the...
The New Iron Man is a Black Teenage Girl Arts & Entertainment
The newest Iron Man comics will star Riri WIlliams, a black MIT student who built her suit in her dorm room.
While the Marvel Cinematic Universe is coming under fire for its lack of diversity and blatant whitewashing, the Comic...
Tony Awards Celebrate Diversity As Black Actors Win In All Four Musical Acting Categories Arts & Entertainment
This is a historical occurrence and a welcome response to the #OscarsSoWhite debacle.
Though the Oscars were disappointing with respect to the lack of non-white nominees, the Tony Awards felt like redemption...
“Queens of Africa” Dolls Are Ready To Slay In American Market Empowerment, Newsticker
Taofick Okoya’s dolls had massive success in Nigeria and he’s ready to embrace the American market.
“Queens of Africa” – a line of dolls developed by Nigerian entrepreneur Taofick Okoya in 2007 – are prepared...
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