California's remedial-class system holds back a disproportionate number of students of color.
A leaked style guide reveals they’re Nazis about grammar (and about Jews).
I'm bearing witness to all 42 hours of Hallmark's sugary, sexist, preposterously plot hole–festooned, traditional, ecstatically Caucasian Christmas movies.
"I think the floodgates have opened for white women," the actress and rape survivor said of the #MeToo movement, which coincided with her new memoir.
The head of the NAACP and two black congressmen said they will not be present at Saturday's opening of the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum because Trump will be there.
Today, "Asian American" has mostly become a demographic signifier, but it was originally conceived as a political identity.
From involuntary sterilizations to experiments conducted on black women, the medical history of the US is a bloody one.
A self-identified "fascist," who discussed racial superiority on a podcast he hosted, was listed as being in charge of nondiscrimination policy for his company.
America, as the poet said, is hard to see. But in watching the NFL, at the baroque phase on what appears to be the back end of its zenith, we can see a reflection of the nation at something like the same point.
"Is it true that you had a daughter before me?" asked Amy, who, like her brothers, was adopted at birth.
No one knows quite what to do with these coerced masks made from the faces of Native American POWS.
Why she stands out on TIME's Person of the Year cover.
We're highly skeptical this man was violating "public indecency," but even if that were the case why were three police officers needed? Why did he need to get in their cop car?
"Tap dancing is the foundation of our organization. I strive to make sure that children understand that it is a dance form that comes out of black culture."
Did hiding my Chinese American identity, to avoid the prohibitively high bar that Asian applicants allegedly face due to affirmative action, help me get into Yale?
How a controversy at Stanford University in 1989 set the tone for today's toxic Internet culture.
Some of the craziest fan theories are surprisingly rooted in truth (and some are just bonkers).
Conservative French intellectuals say they like diversity, but not in the way you might think.
Newly promoted Marvel Entertainment editor-in-chief C.B. Cebulski is under fire after admitting that he wrote Japanese-influenced comics under a Japanese pseudonym more than a decade ago. Here's what's going on.
The music mogul talks with the New York Times's executive editor at the close of an eventful year.
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