On April 20, 2016, it was announced that Harriet Tubman will replace Andrew Jackson on the face of the $20 bill. Watch Al Sharpton and Annette Gordon Reed explain Tubman’s legacy.
On the relevance of race in modern healthcare.
Two years ago, she was a respected black rights activist and teacher. Then she was exposed as a white woman who had deceived almost everyone she knew. Why did she do it?
In 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. took the podium before a crowd of a quarter of a million people in front of the Lincoln Memorial and arguably delivered the most important speech in the 20th century.
Decades in the making, Gay's literary stardom looks more sudden than it is, built from a multi-genre body of work focused on gender, power, sex and bodies.
Facing the design profession's diversity problem—and its changing future
After Donald Trump finally condemned antisemitism yesterday, the chief of the Anne Frank center — who has been vocally critical of Trump's relationships with Jews — and a Trump surrogate went on CNN to have a friendly chat. It quickly turned ugly.
The rich colors of Bill Manbo’s photos remind us that the injustices of long ago took place in the same vivid hues as the present.
A call for the profession to "move past the use of race as a tool for classification in both laboratory and clinical research" is making slow progress.
There's only so much you can say, and only so much anyone wants to hear, about billionaire white guys and their destinies.
The tools for building out bodies and faces has never been better than in The Sims 4, but there are still problems.
Nina Rosenwald is underwriting the push to keep Muslims fleeing violence in the Middle East from entering the Western world. Her father was a great humanitarian.
Racism is fueling a national health crisis.
The Alvin Ailey Dance Company dances to the score of "Moonlight," an Oscar nominee for Best Picture that ruminates on blackness, masculinity, sexuality, poverty and identity.
In 2014, my family moved from Jerusalem to the American Midwest. Now we are revisiting the survival plan we’d devised for crises in Israel.
The Black Panther Party was a revolutionary organization whose influence is still felt today. Historian Yohuru Williams clears up some confusion, recounting the group's history and aims.
When neo-Nazis started trolling Whitefish, Montana, the town had to make a definitive stand against hate.
Love may trump hate, but it can’t cure white supremacy.
This 'DeBois' flub from DeVos' Department of Education doesn't inspire much confidence, to say the least.
In the secluded village of Kleinfontein residents live a life of segregation and racism, these Afrikaners long to return to their Apartheid past.
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