Articles by: Sheryl Estrada
Sheryl Estrada is senior business writer at DiversityInc.
Comcast NBCUniversal’s Juan Otero: Diversity & Inclusion Have Always Been at the Heart of My Journey
Otero talks with DiversityInc about his new position, the importance of mentoring and sponsoring, and offers career advice.
Will the Democratic Party give Black women the support they deserve?
“I am here today to acknowledge and represent the African American girls whose stories don’t make the front page of every national newspaper,” Wadler said to a crowd of 800,000 protesters.
"Before you start calling anyone bigoted, how would you feel if that happened in your neighborhood?" Carlson said.
Trump responds on Twitter. Disgraced publicity prostitute David Clarke chimes in with gay bashing. Summary: Titanic battle of two septuagenarian men and one token played out in fantasy land. Thanks a bunch guys.
Officers involved thought Stephon Clark's cellphone was a gun and fired 20 shots at him.
Lisa Garcia Quiroz, Time Warner’s First Chief Diversity Officer, Creator of People en Español, Dies at 56
Quiroz was an advocate of diversity and inclusion, education and the arts.
Veasey served overseas with the “Six Triple Eight.”
Tahnee Gonzales and Elizabeth Dauenhauer of Arizona were on a mission to stop “Sharia law in America” and teach the kids how to be patriots.
James Schwab said he resigned in lieu of fabricating the truth to defend Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Carlos Correa and Carlos Beltrán did not join the team to meet with President Trump.
More racism for his base. He also said of Oprah, “I’d love to beat her.”
As the Trump administration seeks to cut HUD's funding, the agency is aligning its mission with “the secretary’s priorities.”
The race for the seat in Southern California is starting to heat up.
The two-year-old thought the former first lady was a queen.
A Florida teacher was removed from the classroom for her secretive podcast where she talked about teaching white nationalism.