Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price Gets 1st COVID-19 Vaccine Dose: 'I'm Trying To Show Leadership And Show The Way'The man known as "Our Man Downtown" said he need to advocate for the vaccine for getting the shot for all to see.
Dallas Targets COVID Vaccination Mass Registration Events For The Hispanic CommunityOfficials in Dallas are reporting that Hispanics continue to get vaccinated for COVID-19 at rates disproportionately lower to the size of their population in the city.
North Texas Study Looks To Track Spread Of COVID-19 Among MinoritiesIn North Texas and around the nation, COVID-19 is having a disproportionate impact in minority communities. Now, a massive local study looks to determine exactly why.
Minority Candidates See Both Success And Veiled RacismFor all the many successes among candidates of color, the midterm elections also proved to some the enduring power of racism.
Emmy Diversity Gets A Boost From Ricky Martin, Issa RaeSterling K. Brown and Donald Glover aren't such Emmy outliers this year. More than a third of the 101 acting nominations for the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards went to ethnic minorities.
Target Settles Suit Claiming Hiring DiscriminationTarget says it has already made changes to its hiring process since it became aware of complaints from a job applicant more than a decade ago.
Diversity Debate Sparked In Texas After Google Engineer's MemoA now widely circulated manifesto questioning the biological fitness of women for STEM careers has the tech world talking -- and many women fuming.
Judge Again Finds Discrimination In Texas' Voter ID LawA judge has again ruled that Republican lawmakers in Texas deliberately designed a strict voter ID law to disadvantage minorities and effectively dampen their growing electoral power.
Report: Car Insurance Rates Much Higher In Minority AreasA new report suggests that people living in urban minority neighborhoods could be paying as much as 30 percent more for car insurance, but an industry group says the report's findings are flawed.
'Chasing Dreams' Exhibit Shares Immigrants' Experience In MLBA traveling exhibit about how Jews and other minorities overcame prejudice to succeed in baseball is on display in Fort Worth through March 5.
'Chasing Dreams' Baseball Exhibit Opens In Fort WorthThe exhibit, Chasing Dreams, which made its Texas debut Monday at Congregation Ahavath Sholom, features historic photos and films that recreate the Jewish story of our national pastime.
Clinton Says Trump Unleashes 'Radical Fringe' In GOPHillary Clinton says Donald Trump has unleashed the "radical fringe" within the Republican Party, including anti-Semites and white supremacists.
Nation Losing Ground In HIV/AIDS Fight In Minority CommunitiesIf current HIV diagnosis rates persist, about half of all gay black men and a quarter of gay Latino men in the United States will be infected with HIV in their lifetime.
Federal Court Strikes Down 'Discriminatory' Texas Voter ID LawA federal appeals court has struck down Texas' voter ID law, ruling that the Republican-backed measure first passed in 2011 violates the Voting Rights Act.
Group Wants Commitment To Ending Black-On-Black CrimeCommunity activists are calling for a stronger commitment to ending black-on-black crime. The group beleives the effort should begin with local religious leaders and elected officials getting more involved.