Black Americans Are 72% Equal To Whites

Black Americans Are Not Equal To Whites

Dr. Vibe asks a group of Black men about the National Urban League equality index for Black Americans being 72.2 percent



L. Lamar Wilson illustrates the challenging intersection of childhood, homophobia, and race.

How to Stop Limiting Yourself with Prejudicial Thinking


If you want to combat prejudice, start by looking in the mirror.

Why White People Freak Out When They’re Called Out About Race

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‘White fragility’ is a defensive response to real conversations about race.

Race and Bus Rides in 2015

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Lessons on race and relations from a simple bus ride.

But it Was a Joke, Come on Man


We are horrified at blatant racist acts, but should we be?

“Not all White People”


I have a very modest goal for me and my white colleagues.

A Role Model For Going Beyond Race: Sydney Leroux


Inspired by Black History Month, Sydney Leroux, the multiracial rising star of US Women’s National Soccer Team, opened up about her own racial identity: “There is no more normal . . . we are all just people floating around the universe.”

You Get a Pass: Do People in Multiracial Families Have a License to be Racist?

Do People in Multiracial Families Have  a License to be Racist

As a White dad with a Biracial son, Alex Barnett wants to know, “How can you have an open and honest conversation about race if people can’t get beyond their own racism?”

What Happens When Obama Talks About Race


If Barack Obama sounds cautious when he talks about issues of racial justice, it’s because he really doesn’t have much of a choice.

Understanding Manhood

Understanding Manhood by Beverly Goodwin

Raoul Wieland reviews Michael Kimmel’s ‘Manhood in America’ and explores the evolving and expanding definition of masculinity.

The Absence of Color in Frozen

The Absence of Color in Frozen

Alex Barnett thinks it’s time for Disney to ” let go” of institutional biases against people of color and embrace the rising number of minority and multiracial people.

Happy Birthday, Dr. King! Love, Your Pal, Woolite

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Adiba Nelson shows us how one company got it horribly wrong.

Everyday Racism: What Do You Say in a Moment Like This?

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She was ok with receiving her massage from a man…just not a black man.

Running Up That Hill: Grappling With My Own Racial Bias


Gary Almeter hears a song being whistled, and his reaction forces him to confront assumptions about others…and himself.