Accusations of gender discrimination are gaining traction at Stanford’s business school. But! “Just because the majority of women interviewed felt that it was not always a respectful workplace, [Debra Zumwalt, Stanford’s chief counsel] said, ‘that does not mean that it was not a respectful workplace.’” Oh.
Because there is nowhere to live, the Clinton campaign asked the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce to help its young staffers out. “The chamber suggested Clinton Hill, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Bensonhurst and Dyker Heights, but has not made much progress in convincing staffers to consider these less gentrified neighborhoods.”
The city of Spokane, Washington, has opened an investigation into whether Rachel Dolezal, the president of the local chapter of the NAACP, lied about her race when she identified herself as African-American on her application to serve on the citizen police ombudsman commission, thereby violating the city’s code of ethics.
What is the first thing that Eddie Murphy should do when he gets on stage to do a stand-up comedy routine? If you said "give a hearty 'thank-you' to the African tribes who originated the concept of The Dozens hundreds of years ago," well, your name is probably author and educator Elizabeth Evans! It's all right here in the press release of the day—and your mother is portly!