Vulnerable communities of color living in the shadow of U.S. industry tend to suffer more than they gain.
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.
New research suggests neighborhood-level diversity can reduce perceived threat, but regional diversity has the opposite effect.
One study suggests it's possible but not feasible.
A new study finds promoting the philosophy can solidify the belief there are deep-seated, unalterable differences between races.
The victory calls attention to the role of racein the selection of national players.
New research finds whites are more open to discussing race-related issues after exposure to a mixed-race individual.
A new report points to troubling flaws with the Parent PLUS loan program.
A new study suggests more such movies could see commercial success if Hollywood threw more financial support behind them.
School officials shouldn't joke about calling the cops on vulnerable children. They should also stop treating non-compliance as criminal.
Pernicious myths about income inequality remain pervasive in our society—for example, that better education will close the racial wealth gap. Professor William Darity is working to debunk these misconceptions.
Bullock, a biracial soprano, sings Schubert and Fauré but also Billie Holiday and Nina Simone—and she's blazing trails.
On W.E.B. Du Bois' theory of the working class and how race and class cannot be separated in the United States.
On the historic role of policing in reinforcing racial inequality and how it has led to black Americans' fear of police.
New research finds studied slipperiness on the issues can help candidates for office—depending on their race.
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It's time universities began to think of themselves as producers of value, not arbiters of merit.
Quality of medical care and mortality are frequently linked to socioeconomic success. But for African Americans, that's often not the case.