Multiple psychological studies have empirically shown Native mascots harm the self-esteem of Native youth and indoctrinate racial stereotypes in non-Native children.
Breaking stereotypes in an era of terror.
J.R. Reynolds explains why we must act on our values and speak up in the face of racist comments.
Racial prejudices are laced with so much shame and guilt that White people often don’t acknowledge them, even to themselves. Dr. Max Belkin says it’s time to change that.
Boxing legend Muhammad Ali was formidable in the ring—but even more so in the talk show guest chair.
Debbie Reese explains the way that derogatory depictions of American Indians harms the self-image of young American Indian children.
Nico Lang wonders if the real reason we’re interested in Charles Ramsey is not because he’s a hero, but rather because he confirms our stereotype of the “hilarious Black neighbor.”
Chad Goller-Sojourner knows the value of at least one white privilege.
“Dr. Bill” Johnson II on institutionalized racism, and what it is—and isn’t—to be racist.
Race humor be polarizing, intelligent … and good for society?
Is the Minnesotan with a Jamaican accent bad for Jamaicans?
Logan Smith reminds us, “Freedom of speech doesn’t apply to the societal consequences that speech may provoke.”
It’s amazing how one’s perception of you can magically change at the drop of a hat.
Gender is like a uniform you can’t take off.