Trap Shooting With Pastors to Bridge the Rural-Urban Divide
An excerpt from Lyz Lenz's God Land.
Why Can't Reality TV Stop Stereotyping Black Women?
Even when reality TV's dating franchises include dark-skinned black women, too often these shows end up reinforcing false and harmful stereotypes.
As Schools Try to Become More Culturally Inclusive, Some Teachers Aren't Buying in
A Delaware high school led trainings on the impact of race on learning to try to better serve their student population, resulting in controversy.
Biracial Americans Are Facing Unique Stereotypes, a New Study Finds
New research suggests that whites tend to view biracial Americans as attractive misfits.
Black Women Are More Likely Than White Women to Report Sexual Harassment
New research suggests that men tend to aim their sexual harassment at women they perceive as less powerful.
Black Sheriffs Are Less Likely to Pursue Low-Level Arrests Against People of Color
New research finds that black sheriffs have different priorities from their white counterparts.
A Fear of 'White Extinction' Is Provoking Racial Bias Among American Whites
New research finds those fears in turn provoke racial bias and support for conservative policy positions.
Is Trump Targeting What He Called 'Shithole' Countries With His Latest Immigration Crackdown?
Advocates warn that proposed new travel restrictions could target black people.
American Museum Collections Are Overwhelmingly White and Male
An analysis of the artists represented in the permanent collections of America's major art museums finds three-quarters of them are white men.
Non-White School Districts Get $23 Billion Less Funding Than White Ones
A new report finds that funding gaps between white and non-white districts persist across all poverty levels.
How Preschoolers Are Absorbing the Biases of Their Elders
New research finds that prejudice against black males can be detected as early as age four.
For Communities of Color, Nearby Industry Leads to Pollution but Not Employment
Vulnerable communities of color living in the shadow of U.S. industry tend to suffer more than they gain.
What Happens When a Black Man Tries to Embrace White Gun Culture
RJ Young's memoir recounts how he tried to endear himself to his white in-laws by learning how to shoot. Both love affairs eventually fell apart.
Regional Immigration, Local Segregation: The Toxic Mix That Triggers Whites' Fears
New research suggests neighborhood-level diversity can reduce perceived threat, but regional diversity has the opposite effect.
Can Campus Diversity Survive Without Affirmative Action?
One study suggests it's possible but not feasible.
Research Suggests Exposure to Multiculturalism Prompts People to Inflate the Importance of Race
A new study finds promoting the philosophy can solidify the belief there are deep-seated, unalterable differences between races.
France's World Cup Win Highlights the Country's Complicated History With Race and Class
The victory calls attention to the role of racein the selection of national players.
Biracial People Play a Uniquely Positive Role Helping Americans Grapple With Race
New research finds whites are more open to discussing race-related issues after exposure to a mixed-race individual.