For most of my life, I'd never seen a black hunter like me depicted in pop culture. When I did, it hit even closer to home than I could've imagined.
The fallout from his approach to urban redevelopment has relevance in a primary where candidates promote economic and racial equality. The "1,000 Houses in 1,000 Days" program promoted neither, at least not at first, in the minds of critics.
The old divide between family-friendly suburbs and childless city living is fading. The new divide is within the suburbs themselves.
I. The Back Paddock The grassed back half of the school where we played when I was a child was called the Back Paddock, and sometimes we found things there. The Back Paddock bordered a quiet suburban street on one side, and on the other was the high barbed wire of one of the state’s …
Billboard's decision to remove Lil Nas X's "Old Town Road" from its country chart exposes how artists' race and class — more than their sounds — have always defined genre.
For decades, the world of romantic fiction has been divided by a heated debate about racism and diversity. Is there any hope of a happy ending?
Facebook appears to deliver certain ads, including for housing and employment, in a way that aligns with race and gender stereotypes — even when advertisers ask for the ads to be exposed a broad, inclusive audience.
To Omar, the controversies surrounding her are an episode not in the Jewish experience but in the Muslim one. "People will talk about the veterans and the people who are in the armed services, but we never talk about the children," she said. "We're talking about the number of bombs going off, and there's, like, two thousand people who have died."
"Hear that? That's the sound of the trophy you deserve for not being racist. Good for you."
After a civil rights backlash, Facebook will now treat white nationalism and separatism the same as white supremacy, and will direct users who try to post that content to a nonprofit that helps people leave hate groups.
I felt humiliated singing a song about honor when I could only feel shame. As I stood in yellowface, I had finally fulfilled my quest to become white.
"Being accused of having it handed to me unfairly by people who may have ACTUALLY had it handed to them unfairly, that really bothers me in retrospect."
King apparently did not notice that the person who designed the graphic lumped Iowa, King's state, in with the blue states and part of the losing side.
A conversation about race and 2020.
Overcoming life’s basic truth: Talent is universal, but opportunity is not.
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: You do not have to work hard if your parents are rich, young professionals absolutely love Uniqlo and the best cereal is Cinnamon Toast Crunch.
A long-overdue excavation of the book that Hitler called his "bible," and the man who wrote it.
On history, the mayoral election and the work of black women.
Daniel Immerwahr says studying the history of the Greater United States opens our eyes to how "racism has shaped the actual country itself. The legal borders of the country, but also the borders of the heart."
A grand jury counted each part of the "Empire" star's report of an allegedly false hate crime separately.
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