On the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination, Igor speaks with veteran journalist and ThinkProgress columnist Sam Fulwood III about the racial progress made in the past 50 years—and what remains to be accomplished.
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The United States has a failing record on responsiveness to communities of color following natural disasters—a record that has only worsened under the Trump administration.
Due to gaps in college enrollment and differences in spending, students of color are more likely to attend institutions that spend less to educate them.
Guest host Ed Chung and Igor chat with their guests about the rise of hate crimes in the United States since President Trump took office.
This week, Michele and Igor sit down with Kevin Merida to discuss issues of sports and race.
In part two of this two-part episode, Michele and Daniella speak with a star lineup of black women live from the Power Rising Summit in Atlanta, Georgia, about what it really looks like for black women to support each other.
In part one of this two-part episode, Michele and Daniella speak with a star lineup of black women live from the Power Rising Summit in Atlanta, Georgia, about the power of black women's votes and why the United States needs more black women in office today.
Michele and Igor speak with Kenneth B. Morris Jr., the great-great-great-grandson of Frederick Douglass and the great-great-grandson of Booker T. Washington, about lessons that today's resisters can learn from these historical figures.
Sixty years after the landmark Brown v. Board of Education decision, many students of color still have to fight for their right to a high-quality public education.
Every state lacks sufficient Latinx teachers to reflect the diversity of its student body. Policymakers need to adjust recruitment tactics to fill the Latinx teacher-student gap.
Trump’s budget is an unmitigated disaster for everyday Americans—including women, people with disabilities, LGBTQ individuals, communities of color, and more.
This week, Michele and Igor examine Boston's racist reputation and discuss the official presidential portraits unveiled at the National Portrait Gallery.
Michele and Igor speak with Melissa Harris-Perry and DeRay Mckesson, two prolific leaders who are changing the world we live in, about topics ranging from black women's place in the #MeToo movement to America's treatment of Colin Kaepernick, and everything in between.
It is imperative to consider how racism and other forms of discrimination contribute to alarmingly high rates of maternal and infant mortality among African American women.
Recruiting women of color and young women, as well as discussing discrimination, could increase the number of women running for office in 2018.