"What if we found out if the reason that Tupac faked his death was to get out of a Blockbuster late fee?"
Amber Ruffin and Seth Meyers parody movie conventions that Hollywood can't seem to let die.
Christopher Paul Hasson called for "focused violence" to "establish a white homeland" and dreamed of ways to "kill almost every last person on earth," according to court records filed in US District Court in Maryland.
No generation has undergone such meticulous examination in recent years as the millennials. Yet our understanding of them contains a glaring gap.
What would restaurant criticism look like if it represented diners like me?
Technically speaking, "white-collar prison" isn't even a real thing — but the huge race and class divide when it comes to sentencing certainly is.
Can Anthony Abraham Jack change the way elite colleges treat low-income students?
"The Journey of Us" project is a collaboration with the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Howard University's Moorland-Spingarn Research Center and Google.
The writer Victor LaValle reflects on the power of the Oscar-nominated "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" and its young hero.
The queens of Motown play the posh suburbs.
In 2013, the far-right politician Marian Kotleba won a shock victory in regional elections. Four years later, he was voted out in a landslide. But now he's running for president.
Understanding the Black women who seized a common pantry item—and, with it, power.
It sure is striking to read the media coverage of that now.
A law professor explains how corporations commodify people of color.
A bookstore in Atlanta where half of the books aren't for sale?
Photographers Pirkle Jones and Ruth-Marion Baruch aimed to debunk the myths surrounding the party, revealing what wasn't shown in the media.
One thing you might not have noticed is how often those carefully styled cosplay wigs are straight hair, even on anime characters whose hair grows up and out like kinky or coily hair does. Cosplayer Shellanin is challenging that assumption with her own wig designs for her costumes, which she shares using the hashtag "Curly Cosplay."
Follow fourth-generation sugar cane farmer Wenceslaus "June" Provost Jr. as he fights to protect his family's agricultural legacy.
Within Britain's elite occupations, the advantages of class are still mistaken for talent.
Born only a few months before the Emancipation Proclamation, Ida B. Wells dismantled intolerance and injustice wherever she saw it.
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