In 2016, Beyoncé released the song Formation with lyrics supporting the phrase "black lives matter". Although never directly mentioned within the song, the phrase was made in response to the multiple homicides of black people at the hands of police officers over the past couple years. Beyoncé as well as other influential figures have joined together to make it known that black lives matter just as much as any other life, a common misunderstanding since this phrase has created an impact…
A student diversity officer who was caught up in a racism row after allegedly posting 'kill all white men' on social media has been summonsed to court to face malicious communications charges. Bahar Mustafa, 28, of Edmonton, North London, a welfare and diversity officer at Goldsmiths University, will appear at Bromley Magistrates' Court on 5 November, police said.
Mizzou Names First Person To Take Chief Diversity Officer Job
Oregon State University President Ed Ray has announced plans to hire a chief diversity officer and take other steps to address racism on campus.