Terese Marie Mailhot interviews Alicia Elliott and Arielle Twist about some recent triumphs in Indigenous literature—and about other triumphs still to come.
President Donald Trump's use of the the word "infest" in tweets to an African-American congressman to describe a majority-black city is part of a larger pattern.
Detroit police removed a group of protesters that criticized Bill de Blasio's handling of police brutality as well as protesters from an immigrants' rights group.
Even when reality TV's dating franchises include dark-skinned black women, too often these shows end up reinforcing false and harmful stereotypes.
The plan, which has drawn intense criticism for its specificity, is just one piece of a bigger proposal.
New research finds Germans are less likely to help a hijab-wearing Muslim woman, but this bias fades if she demonstrates agreement with the national consensus that littering is bad.
A new study of non-black hospital residents finds those experiencing symptoms of burnout show higher levels of racial bias.
The Milliken v. Bradley ruling sanctioned a form of segregation that has allowed suburbs to escape being included in court-ordered desegregation and busing plans with nearby cities.
A Delaware high school led trainings on the impact of race on learning to try to better serve their student population, resulting in controversy.
Americans who live in states with higher rates of infectious diseases are more likely to hold racist views.
When asked about Americans considering his tweets racist, Trump responded, "It doesn't concern me because many people agree with me."
New research finds the stereotype of a racist cop decreases officers' sense of moral authority, which may make them more likely to resort to coercive tactics.
New research suggests that whites tend to view biracial Americans as attractive misfits.
Nike pulled a sneaker line with the "Betsy Ross" flag, outraging the right wing.
Demonstrators gather in the council chamber to protest at Philadelphia City Hall on June 20th, 2019, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
But even in "low-discrimination countries," white applicants still fare better in job interviews, according to new research.
A new study finds increased rates of cigarette use among 11th- and 12th-graders in states that passed laws against affirmative action.
New research finds that black sheriffs have different priorities from their white counterparts.
In her new book, Ewing uses poetry as a form of historical investigation, revisiting the deadly riots that tore through Chicago a century ago.
Tazewell Thompson's new play, Jubilee, tells the story of the black singers who braved mob violence to perform all over the world—and thereby save one of America's first black universities.