How the law of large numbers and Bayes theorem can help us think about the concept of white privilege.
How a 25-year sentence in the heart of Mississippi taught me the truth about institutional racism.
Can we develop the study of Africa so that it is more respectful toward the lives and struggles of African people and to their agendas?
Embed from Getty ImagesHillary Clinton vows to end institutional racism, but appears to lack the moral authority to accomplish it.—You’ll get no argument from me that the former Secretary of State is uniquely qualified to serve the country as President of the United States. Whether she’ll exceed expectations or fail to meet them as the…
Though its imagery resembles the past, today’s civil rights movement has its own identity, goal, and voice.
There is a formula when it comes to apologizing for racist events. This time it’s not enough.
Mayor de Blasio kicks off a a battle with NYPD over “The Talk” and Warren Blumenfeld sees a perfect chance to have a similar “Talk” with the nation.
North Miami Beach Police Department proves structural racism is most definitely a thing.
Are we all polluted with racism and oppression?
Dr. Darron T Smith explains that four hundred years of violence and oppression cannot be assuaged by a few public appeals.
There are so many false narratives and misunderstandings about what is going on in Ferguson.
Dillan DiGiovanni asks: “What does our country stand to gain from perpetuating this deeply-rooted myth that black people are more violent than white men or people of any other race?”
“If you can figure out how to get a Facebook account, you can figure out how not to be racist.” — Samuel Jones
Crucifying Paula Deen for her racism is a way of denying our own.
Chad Goller-Sojourner knows the value of at least one white privilege.
Join Lola Rainey on a guided tour through American history with her father and uncle, sons of a Texas sharecropper.