In the US, black and Latinx girls are disproportionately punished and assaulted by school administrators for simple infractions such as showing emotions More than 20 years ago, when I was a 12-year-old
While most of us see ourselves as ‘not racist’, we continue to reproduce racist outcomes and live segregated lives I am white. As an academic, consultant and writer on white racial identity and race relations,
In 1962, Fannie Lou Hamer was fired from her job after she campaigned to encourage African Americans to vote. Two years later, when Hamer testified at the DNC in support of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic
Do you remember being asked who your favourite actress was when you were younger? A ridiculous but popular question among new friends, teachers who hadn’t prepared back to school ice-breaker exercises,
MEMPHIS — A federal judge is challenging the federal prosecutor's office here, saying the government is bringing harsher charges against African-American defendants than white defendants for similar crimes.
Just outside Charlottesville, Va., the roads lose their markings as they wind through the woods, passing an occasional church, a cemetery and a plantation known as Highland, owned by America's fifth president
As long as the United States has existed, there's been some version of white supremacy. But over the centuries, the way white supremacy manifests has changed with the times. This includes multiple iterations
Poll commissioned to launch series on unconscious bias shows gulf in negative experiences by ethnicity The extent of racial bias faced by black, Asian and minority ethnic citizens in 21st-century Britain