Even with its profanity and violence, Quentin Tarantino’s latest film succeeds in subverting certain Hollywood conventions on race.
Black immigrants make up a significant percentage of the U.S. foreign-born population, and they should no longer be absent from the conversation on immigration reform.
A number of Muslim Americans are using art as a point of connection, not discord, between Muslims and non-Muslims in the United States.
While a new poll shows an increase in antiblack attitudes, this increase might have more to do with increased openness on these challenging issues, not rising racist feelings.
If Congress and President Obama cannot come to an agreement to avoid the fiscal showdown, there will be significant cuts to programs that keep many people out of poverty, in the workforce, and able to pursue the American Dream.
If Congress and the president cannot agree on a budget deal by the end of the year, the resulting economic slowdown will have a big impact on communities of color.
In postelection commentary, Republican leaders have made no mention of the need to repair relations with black voters.
A brief look at why the 2012 presidential election was monumental for Asian American voters.
A blogger reflects on Gov. Mitt Romney’s failed presidential campaign and what it means for the future of the Republican Party.
Issue Brief Latinos are the least likely of any population group in America to have access to paid sick days, paid leave, and workplace flexibility.
Communities of color in swing states who supported President Obama helped him get re-elected by turning out in droves.
Sam Fulwood III delineates the four main lessons he’s learned this election season.
This election season women voters of color may face a dual disenfranchisement when the war on women meets the war on voters.
On the eve of Election Day 2012, our nation’s youngest voters could once again play a key role in the outcome because of their progressive ideals.
Women of color continue to vote in increasing numbers, despite their lack of representation in elected office.