There's a gaping disconnect between the GOP's inclusive rhetoric and state party officials' racist behavior.
Colleges across America are creating shadowy groups to handle complaints. Will they end up muzzling students instead?
Black intellectuals expressed solidarity with the Easter Rising revolt against British rule.
It shouldn't be. Here's how to defeat Hollywood's racist stereotypes.
A new book exposes the way America's punitive education system funnels black girls from the classroom into the justice system.
Why did the jury vote to acquit the police officers who beat Rodney King?
“We nominated the films that should have been nominated.”
The reluctant roots of his radicalism.
An excerpt from W.E.B. Du Bois's 1920 book "Darkwater: Voices From Within the Veil"
Spotlighting the Flint crisis is only one way the Democratic frontrunner has shown signs of "getting it" on issues of identity.
Why was Hillary Clinton in a black church in Philadelphia? Why did Bernie Sanders share the stage with Cornel West?
Before "homophobia" and "Islamophobia," there was “colorphobia” and “Negrophobia.”
When "People" magazine took aim at diversity among the nominees, celebrities were unwilling to join the protest.
Many have laid claim to the civil rights legend, obscuring the radicalism of his message.
The Iowa Brown & Black Forum provided a good model for how to steer Sunday's Democratic debate.
The first episode of 2016 looks at the identity issues behind one of the most popular New Year's resolutions.
Cleveland’s prosecutor made a mockery of the process for adjudicating police-involved killings. Here's how to fix it.