On the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, we should remember the many voices that called for peaceful protests against inequality.
Sally Steenland interviews Rev. Otis Moss III, senior pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago and a leading progressive Christian activist and cultural critic.
Despite the upsetting not-guilty verdict in the Zimmerman trial, there is no better time for black men and boys in America.
Racial lines on the ice disappear as outdated notions of who can and can’t play hockey melt away.
While the Supreme Court’s ruling on affirmative action was better than expected, it still leaves many questions unanswered.
A performance artist explores her life to discover and reveal what it feels like to be white in America.
With Father’s Day right around the corner, policymakers should focus on implementing ideas that can help fathers of color and low-income fathers improve their and their families’ lives.
Those who take offense to the heckling of the Obamas have to understand that this form of political dissent is a longstanding tradition.
While an ad campaign featuring an interracial couple and their mixed-race daughter upset a few, today’s modern American family mirrors the country’s fast-changing identity.
Issue Brief As recently released data show, the rate of women of color showing up at the polls on Election Day increased from 2008 to 2012.
Diversifying the policymaking arena is imperative to developing and enacting policies that effectively respond to today’s America.
Offering students of color more ways to reduce their student debt, including refinancing their loans, would provide a boost to the overall economy and ensure a better future for communities of color.
A recent Census Bureau report confirms what many African Americans already believed: Attempts to suppress the black vote in 2012 only served to stoke turnout.
The distortion and gross exaggeration at the heart of the Heritage Foundation’s latest argument against immigration reform even has its right-wing brethren crying foul.
Our knowledge of foreign affairs is dismal compared to other countries, but if we are going to remain leaders of an interconnected world, we can’t continue to lag behind.