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TCNJ faced issue of obvious racism head-on … in 2017. Here is how campus...

In 2017, the College of New Jersey reckoned with its past. History students at the school discovered Paul Loser (pronounced LO-sure), the legacy behind “Loser Hall,” advocated for school segregation in Trenton long after it...

J&J commits $100M over next 5 years to promote health equity solutions for people...

Johnson & Johnson announced Tuesday $100 million in commitments and collaborations over the next five years to invest in and promote health equity solutions for Black people and other communities of color in the United States. In...

Here’s what (and who) outmigration reports miss about N.J.

You usually count on the two things from Brandon McKoy, the president of New Jersey Policy Perspective: Being liberal or progressive in his views; Stating those views with facts and figures — not fury. So,...

10 from N.J. make list of Best Companies for Multicultural Women

Ten companies based in New Jersey or with their U.S. headquarters here made this year’s list of the Best Companies for Multicultural Women, according to list creator Seramount, the former Working Mother Media. The 10...

Anjalee Khemlani returns to ROI-NJ — will serve as contributing writer on DEI

Hello, New Jersey. I’m back! Sort of. Starting today, you’ll once again see my byline in ROI-NJ, a media entity I helped launch four years ago. I return as a contributor. After leaving ROI two years...

Cooper’s Porter makes it his mission to convince Black, brown communities that COVID vaccines...

Dr. John Porter’s schedule for next week is filling up fast. On Tuesday, he’ll speak with a group from the Linkages program. Later in the week, it will be with a group of teachers....

Affordable housing project for LGBTQ community breaks ground in Newark

The LGBT RAIN Foundation broke ground Tuesday in Newark on a first-of-its-kind affordable and inclusive housing project for the LGBTQ community. The building will be located in the West Ward, near Donald Payne School, at...

Princeton to name new residential college after Mellody Hobson, class of 1991, after generous...

In recognition of a substantial gift from Mellody Hobson and the Hobson/Lucas Family Foundation, Princeton University announced Thursday that it will build Hobson College, a new residential college at the school — and the...

JPMorgan Chase team looks to advance racial equity in N.J.

As part of JPMorgan Chase’s $30 billion Racial Equity Commitment to drive inclusive economic growth among Black, Hispanic and Latino communities, the firm is hiring a team of 12 experts in New Jersey focused...

TD Bank has created department designed to give LGBTQ2+ community a safe, encouraging place...

If there's one message banks have their marketing teams working tirelessly to convey, it's this: When it comes to welcoming diverse communities, the doors are open. But, in the competition for new customers in the...

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Kearny Bank CEO named 2nd vice chair of NJ Bankers board

The New Jersey Bankers Association on Thursday announced that Craig Montanaro was appointed as second vice chair of its board of directors. Montanaro joined Kearny...

Immaculate Conception High in Lodi will close at end of school year

Immaculate Conception High School in Lodi, a sponsored ministry of the Felician Sisters of North America, announced Friday that it will close at the...

HFNJ Announces $2.17M in Q1 2023 awards to strengthen local health

The Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey on Thursday said it awarded more than $2.166 million to 14 New Jersey nonprofit organizations in the first...

April Fools! Liberty Science Center intertwines art, science with perspective-altering installations

There is a new arts program at Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, which kicks off on April Fools' Day. The debut features two...

Was that a HELIX ad on TV? It was — and here’s why you’ll...

Chris Paladino, the president of New Brunswick Development Corp., loves sports and anything to do with Rutgers University and New Brunswick — it's one...