Harlequin as a whole isn't doing particularly well, with low proportions and falls in all imprints except for Carina, which came second overall in the table with 20.7% of publications by authors who were "people of color". Kensington came top with 27.5%.
Bethany House has consistently had 0% now for four years in a row, and Tule Publishing only rose above 0% in 2018.
See the report for full details, including breakdowns by publisher.
Renee Dahlia adds some context:
this is a USA based study, and the results should be compared to the USA general population. According to census data, the USA population is 60.4% White, 18.3% Hispanic or Latino, 13.4% Black, 5.9% Asian, 2.7% Biracial, 1.3% Native American, and 0.2% Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander.Indeed we don't. The figure for all romance authors of color in 2019 is only 8.3%.
If romance publishing in America was equal, we’d see figures similar to this in the Ripped Bodice study. However, we don’t.