Election outcomes will be determined by what presidential hopefuls say and do about public issues—not simply by the race or age of voters.
The reverence of Scalia’s right-wing acolytes illustrates how damaging the late justice’s Supreme Court tenure has been to civil rights and race relations.
A new movie with an old title recasts black men as heroic and inspirational figures in the American story.
The Flint water crisis highlights the continuing disparities that people of color face in finding access to fair housing and healthy communities.
The film industry exercises a huge amount of influence on perceptions of success in America—or the lack thereof.
While some of the optimism surrounding President Barack Obama’s election remains, he is leaving office in a less hopeful climate than when he entered.
President Obama’s final State of the Union address challenged voters to do the hard work of fulfilling the American promise.
Recent high-profile incidents of racism on U.S. college campuses highlight long-term realities for students of color and help reframe the purpose of higher education in the face of demographic shifts.
White Americans are becoming conscious that racism’s insidious effects are not limited to people of color.
With heroin ravaging the heartland, U.S. policymakers are rethinking the draconian responses of the past and embracing a more tolerant and compassionate approach.
Despite claims to the contrary, there is no evidence to suggest that the “Hands Up” movement has caused the police to stand down.
As recent events place Baltimore’s history of racial tension and institutional discrimination at the center of public attention, a new report outlines a path for police reform.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s recent comments about the unrest in Ferguson highlight why the United States must work to address its own shortcomings as it promotes democracy abroad.
The recent experience of Muslim American high school student Ahmed Mohamed sheds light on the much bigger issue of Islamophobia in the United States today.
More than three decades after stripping the first black Miss America of her crown, the pageant says it’s sorry.