World swimming’s governing body has effectively banned transgender women from competing in women’s events.
Hartland Midwest Twisters is promising changes after a Pewaukee mom says they discriminated against her 6-year-old daughter with Down syndrome, telling her they didn't have the staff to let the child take a tumbling class.
Wednesday was Pride Night for the Milwaukee Brewers game at American Family Field, with some defending the theme.
The Fashionistas doll line aims to reflect people with disabilities such as hearing loss and teach children to expand how they play and see the world around them.
LGBTQ-rights advocates are calling for a Kansas state lawmaker to be formally censured after she said she didn't want to share the women’s restrooms at the Statehouse with a transgender colleague.
Milwaukee County Executive David Crowley spoke at the event. April is National Minority Health Month
International Women's Day was celebrated at Third Space Brewing by releasing an IPA to raise scholarship money for female brewers.
At his annual Super Bowl news conference, the NFL commissioner was grilled on two hot topics that have put the league under heavy scrutiny: racism and discrimination in hiring.
Milwaukee’s Old World 3rd Street was officially changed to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive. Previously, MLK Drive stopped at McKinley, not extending downtown.
Dr. King's children fear new voting laws enacted since the 2020 election are stripping away the very rights their father fought to attain.
For nearly 10 years, U.S. Army veteran Joseph Moore lived a double life -- attending secret meetings and participating in cross burnings while donning a white robe and hood with the Ku Klux Klan in north Florida. But he also wore something else: a wire for the FBI. He helped foil at least two murder plots and exposed Klan members working as law enforcement officers throughout Florida. And his efforts nearly got him killed.
The doll maker behind “A Doll Like Me” makes dolls for children who don't see themselves on store shelves. The dolls resemble their owners: children with a variety of disabilities, so that every child feels seen.
In its new HIV/AIDS strategy released Wednesday on the annual commemoration of World AIDS Day, the Biden administration is calling racism “a public health threat” that must be fully recognized as the world looks to end the epidemic.
The commercial, titled, “When Harry Met Santa,” celebrates 50 years since the country decriminalized homosexuality.
Critical race theory has become a lightning rod for Republicans and an issue in the Virginia governor's race.
The summit is held every year and began after the 2018 Tree of Life massacre in Pittsburgh which resulted in one of the largest losses of life in an anti-Semitic attack in the U.S.
The School District of Waukesha has found itself in a heated debate about signs promoting diversity and inclusivity in the schools.
DC Comics announced on National Coming Out Day that its new Superman will be revealed as bisexual in an upcoming issue.
The president released a statement to formally recognize National Coming Out Day, which began in 1988 to remember the anniversary of the second major National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights.
An Oregon school system employee showed up to work last Friday in blackface, prompting the school board to place them on leave.